In July 2014, Izingane Zoma mesmerized and thrilled audiences with their upbeat Maskandi Music across two cities with their marvelous traditional dance moves in the United States, namely Atlanta and Santa Fe, New Mexico.
There is no way you can ignore the distinctive Maskandi sound of Izingane Zoma, and in the past 21 years, the female group has taken Maskandi to another level. The band has emerged as a force to be reckoned with in the Africa traditional genre.
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The story telling of Izingane Zoma is addictive and fans can hardly wait for new material from Izingane Zoma. The album title ‘Iphenti Lami’ captures the plight of rape that our country is battling with. Izingane Zoma relate the of the victim in a heartfelt cry of desolation.
Izingane Zoma have a way to talk about sex and sexuality in their lyrics in a humorous and direct way. Nthashingna is one of those songs that talk promiscuity openly. Izingane Zoma’s lyrics can make you blush but then you realise, it’s the truth and real life stories.
Covid-19 has affected the world over. Izingane Zoma add their voice to the plea of wearing of mask and washing of hands, with song titled Izamfonyo (Masks).
This album touches on challenges that woman/girls face, to political issues and social ills, captured in the only way Izingane Zoma know how, Direct.
Izingane Zoma are releasing a six-track album. Izingane Zoma have distinguished themselves with album sales, sound, popularity and accolades. One can only wonder if they were not limited by the Covid restrictions what other stories they could have told us.