Lucky Philip Dube is a renowed reggea musician in the history of music.He is among the people who moved the stage in Africa. Lucky Dube was born after his mother had number of failed pregnancies hence the name lucky. Lucky Dube was raised together with his other two siblings Thanks and mandla.
Across the globe, Lucky Dube had earned a good number of fans from his amazing songs. Sadly, his demise in the year 2007 send many into mourning considering the gap he did leave. Dube was married to a beautiful woman by the name of Dube Sanele and together were blessed with two children.
Most of the Rastafarian smoke marijuana, the Rastafarian culture don't consider smoking marijuana as being bad but rather it is a sign of spiritual awakening of their minds from mental slavery. 99% of the people think that all the Rastafarian smoke marijuana but it's not the case for some.
Most of the people if not everybody knows Lucky Dube. This was one of the reggae legend from South Africa whose songs are played till date. Dube was born on 3rd August 1964 in Ermelo and was raised by a single parent because his parents separated while he was Young.
Lucky Philip Dube was a South African reggae musician and Rastafarian. He was born on 3rd August 1964, Ermelo, South Africa to Sarah Dube. He recorded 22 albums in Zulu, English, and Afrikaans in a 25-year period and was South Africa's biggest-selling reggae artist.
Born in 1964 in South Africa, Dube's parents named him Lucky.This was for the fact that he was so frail as an infant making him doubt his survival after birth.
Lucky Dube was a Reggae artist and he is remembered for his great songs among them the Reggae Strong.Released in 1989, Dube sings about a wide acceptance of Reggae music.According to him, no man is capable of stopping Reggae and whoever dared to, he registered miserable results.
Lucky Dube was one of the music star who sang Reggae music. He started his music career when still in the university. His music was a hit in Africa and all over the world. The reggae star did not complete his medicine course but he decided to be in music.
A survivor in the matatu that was hit by an IED along the Arabia- Mandera highway has for the first time shared the horrifying moments they encountered before their vehicle was blown up on Monday morning. While seven people died during the tragic ordeal, eight passengers are thanking their lucky stars and among them is Abdi Dube who narrated the events that unfolded prior to the blast.
South Africa was united in grief and anger on day like today 18th October, 2007, after the murder of the country's favourite reggae star, Lucky Dube, who was shot dead in front of his children in a botched car-jacking. The singer was shot and killed in the evening as he dropped off his teenage son and daughter at their uncle's house in Johannesburg's Rosette ville .
Lucky Dube is perhaps the most prolific reggae artists that Africa has ever produced. He might be dead but his music is still very much alive. They say music is timeless, and Dube's songs is a living proof to that. The Reggea Superstar was born in 1964 and passed on in 2007. His death shook the whole world for he was a darling to many especially Reggea lovers. It's quite sad on how lucky Dube died. Dube was murdered in cold blood on broad daylight just after he had dropped his two kids. Dube was shot multiple
Madam Dorcas posted on Facebook to wish herself a happy birthday which later turned to a Rest In Peace. Instead of wishing her a happy birthday, her family and friends wished her a peaceful rest bid farewell to her on the birthday post. Isaac weasel stated that we are living in crazy world ,my legend lucky Dube knew the mysteries of the soil and nobody know what tommorow brings but Rest in peace. "Pole sana imenikumbusha time nilikuwa primary kuna mwalimu alikuwa anatuambia tuchunge sana, like ikifika birthday
Lucky Philip Dube was a South African reggae musician and Rastafarian, in his twenty five years period in his career Lucky Dube recorded twenty two albums in Zulu, Afrikaans and English and became a South Africa's biggest selling reggae artist. With his politically charged lyrics, Lucky Dube was seen as a chronicler of the ills of the South African society, family breakdown, poverty, violence, substance abuse and and an interpreter of the journey to a post-apartheid South Africa.
Lucky Philip Dube was born on August 3, 1964 on a small farm outside Ermelo, a dry area some 150 km of Johannesburg. As a child Dube worked as a gardener but, as he matured, realizing that he was not earning enough to feed his family, he began to attend school.
Lucky Philip Dube ( 3 August 1964 – 18 October 2007) was a South African reggae musician and Rastafarian. He recorded 22 albums in Zulu, English, and Afrikaans in a 25-year period and was South Africa's biggest-selling reggae artist. Dube was murdered in the Johannesburg suburb of Rosettenville on the evening of 18 October 2007.
The club's goalkeeper coach comes out to defend the Kenyan goalkeeper who scored the game-winning goal for the 'Ice-cream Makers.'Yanga SC has defended goalkeeper Farouk Shikalo after Azam FC's goal in a Mainland Premier League, VPL match at Mkapa Stadium on Sunday denied them a point.
Phillip Dube was born on 3rd August in 1984. Hugh Masekela was a South African reggae musician who came out with at least 22 albums in Zulu, English in 25 years and was South Africa's most selling reggae musician. When Dube was a child, he worked as a gardener, but when he became an adult, he realized that he was not earning enough to feed his family, so he began working at a school. There he joined a choir, wherewith his friends, he formed his first band, called The Skyway Band. As a famous songwriter,
Its been years and we have never accepted the fact that we lost lucky Dube on that night. Some of us were still young but we have grown up listening to his songs. Its not a lie that he was a true leader and the best musician. He fought for the rights of many through his songs and conveyed peace through it. Up-to-date, those songs are like teachings to us and they show us how great ful and loving we should be. On that fateful night, we lost a legend and mentor of our lives. The world was mad, hurt and confused
Senator Irungu Kang'ata has this evening left Kenyans in stitches after revealing the next step Raila Odinga's camp may take after the most celebrated "Nobody can Stop Reggae song".
We all loved Lucy Dude, he was argubly the greatest Reggea icon to have graced our motherland Africa. To prove this, his songs are upto todate much more popular than Soo many songs that are currently produced. It's worth noting that in Kenya one of his song ' No one can stop reggea' has been adopted by BBI supporter and actually BBI is now used synonymously as 'reggea' in Dube's popular song. What people have never understood is how the Reggea powerhouse Lucky Dube met his death. To break it down, Lucky Dube