Hugh Masekela - Africa Festival 2016

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Aaron Sakala : RIP Great son of Africa


denis omondi : RIP Masekela your songs will definitely live for eternity..

henrygilles : you will never be forgotten

Siyabonga Tshabalala : The song that starts at 24:00... Damn!

IGE Kunle : Intelligence is different from Knowledge,Bra you are very Intelligent. RIP

Nominal 1989 : What a great band... jesus christ. So good musicians.

horst baur : My father was born in Würzburg. That band lays down the most amazing soul jazz ever. The feel is just too beautiful. Thanx Bra Hugh and your fantastic musicians.

Emeka Nwadiora : Bra Hugh--The greatest African musician whose lyrics and rythms embodies the sufferings and yearnings for freedom of African peoples from white supremacy--so now you are gone right?--no,no never you will remain for ever. I am honored to have taken a photo with you when you visited Philadelphia. You souls  and sounds and music lives on--and thank you for raising my consciousness politically and musically for almost fifty years.I am coming down  now with tears!! Rest-you came you saw and you conquered so--your Soul will definitely rest in peace!!!

el detche : 45 : 58 congolese flow takes em by storm lol

Vivian Mercedes : 32:38 Cameron shooting Hugh lol great man, great show, great show

kitsoyaone phatudi : People need to stop listening to music only when the artist has passed on

Jadele Izampue : Your music lives on! RIP Legend

Lord Cencer : Thank you so much Bra Hugh for such an inspiring existence, thanx for your music, talent and courage, rest in peace; luv!! Amandla!!!

brother rabbit : Thank you for enriching my life...I am very sad today.

DEMORMUSICTV : Rest in Power Qhawe.Our Father and our teacher in African Music,Sizoqhubeka siyibambe.

britalex : Forever playing on my sound system. Thank you Hugh Masekela for everything you've given us. Music will live forever

Mphikeleli Gamede : You have left us too soon, but your music lives on

Thandi Rizzi : Your Music will ok live on...Go well Legend R.I.P

Ronald Moya : R.I.P Legend

Pedro Langa : RIP. Great Man

Bernard BanagN : Rest In Peace BIG!!


Keith Karrot : Great Man

Lerato Mbatha : What a Legacy you have left us...#RIP and Harmony.

Karabo Leballo : R.I.P Bra Hugh Masekela ZA 🙏

hansharold : very MUSICALLY ENTERTAINING & funny!

Confidence Seleme : L.E.G.E.N.D.

paganmaestro : Beautiful soul. Thank you.

Sophy Molehe : R.I.P BRA HUGH

John Toft : RIP great artist and activist! Father of jazz from South Africa. And yes truly son of Africa.

Daniel Motlanthe : The music he left behind will always be an inheritance of this great stone we call Africa our home, Son of the sun and the soil of Africa, for every time he blew into the trumpet to produce a melody he changed a certain part of Africa, and blew something better into this world, He may have been born ordinarily but he left this world one of the greatest, as i take of my hat, i say Farewell Bruh Hugh Masekela, Your music will live through us everytime we jam

Mikkel Præst : RIP baba Masekela

DUNCAN ONSONGO : You were the best

jonathan mathebula : what a wonderfull news.

Simon Mosae : Rest In Peace Bra Hugh... your will still inspire us

Ntobeko Moyo : great loss for SA music industry :-(

Lerato Oa Lerato : Rest in peace.

Gcina Mashiyane : 45:24 Ha ha ha ha ha!

Drame Ousmane : RIP Hugh thank you good bye!

Erik Prelle : RIP you great, great musician

APHELELE MASONELE : rest in rest of nice sleep

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Motheo Mtimkulu : I love Bra Hugh to the point that I don't even understand it....Mara who is the cute drummer?? 🙈

Lethu Qati : guys can you please tell me the name of the song that starts at 15:50 .when he starts to blow it , he just takes me to my oasis .

kyle king : I am new to Hugh Masekela but want too listen to him until i'm old

DJ CROCKS : I cant over this. Especially when it gets to the Stimela Part.

Cuthberts Makgakga : Rest in peace Bra Hugh, your life music is the best and too good

Thabs 44 : Name of first song?

Dumisani Zikhali : Allelua.......sikhokhele masekela