Lucky Dube was a famous reggae artist whose songs are still alive todate. He was born in 3rd 1964 in Ermelo. He was raised by his mother because their parents separated. His name was Lucky because of the circumstances that happen before his birth. The mother had alot of failed pregnances hence when she gave birth to him, she called him Lucky.
Lucky Dube was born in Ermelo, formerly of the Eastern Transvaal, now of Mpumalanga on 3rd August 1964. His parents separated before his birtg and he was raised by his mother who named him Lucky because she considered his birth fortunate after a number of failed pregnancies.
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.
Photo/Courtesy The veteran South African artiste, Lucky Philip Dube well known for his stage name Lucky Dube was born in August 1964 and died in October 2007. He was murdered in Johannesburg Suburb of Rosette Ville on the evening of 18th October 2007. During his death he left behind a spouse and 8 children.
(Nkulee photo courtesy) Nkulee Dube, Lucky Dube's daughter has arrived in Nairobi Kenya ahead of Mashujaa day celebrations. Nkulee is an award-winning artist, singer and songwriter who has managed to walk in her father's shoes in the world of entertainment. She will be performing live in the Carnivore Simba Saloon alongside Jahmby Koikai, Miss Okinda and Miss Kuria.
Senator Irungu Kan'gata has laughed on Baba ( Rails Odinga). According to the statement by Irungu Kang'ata he reminded Baba he quoted Lucky Dube's song which states don't cry " The way it is ": Judges are saying, after " Nobody can stop Reggae ", next songs by Lucky Dube in his album "Prisoner " are " Remember me " & "Don't cry"( baba).
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.
Muranga senator Irungu Kang'ata has found himself on the receiving end after sharing a critique tweet on BBI with her followers yesterday night. The senator tweet was more of a mockery aimed at the ODM party leader following the court of appeal ruling pronouncing BBI as unconstitutional. The senator tweet read, " The way it is ": Judges are saying, after " Nobody can stop Reggae ", next songs by Lucky Dube in his album "Prisoner " are " Remember me " & "Don't cry"( baba).
The late Lucky Philip Dube died many years ago, but still lives in our memories, Lucky Dube 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.
Lucky Dube was born in 1964. Due to him being slim, his parents named him Lucky because they didn' t think he would grow up to be so strong. Lucky Dube was a fantastic music diplomat for South Africa, as he was always out and about promoting reggae and other South African genres around the world " Gallo Music CEO Ivor Haarburger echoed same sentiments.
Photo courtesy Facebook Vocal Muranga county senator Hon Irungu Kangata has sent a mocking message to former prime minister Raila Odinga amid the ongoing BBI Appeal hearing at the Court of Appeal. Pro-handshake camp went to Court of Appeal to challenge the High Court rulling which declared the constitutional amendment effort through BBI unconstitutional.
Lucky Dube . The South African reggea star was accosted by armed gun men after he had dropped his kids from school a struggle between him and thieves over his prized car ensued leading to him being shot and killed the killers then fled with his car but were arrested after a short while.
Lucky Dube in his song Nobody can stop Reggae sings they tried to kill the prophets but the message remained. In the history of black man struggle, reggae music became the cornerstone of inspiration in struggle for freedom, good governance, justice and fairness Similarly, Peter Tosh sings about one love.
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 .
A Sad incident destructed resistance yesterday at Kilifi after a man (police officer) discharged his Ceska Pistol to the air after getting his wife with another young man enjoying their good time in their car. The police officer who is a licensed gun owner i believed to have been trailing his wife from home in m Mtwapa to Tamaduni Gardens in Kilifi town.
Today marks 14 years since music legend Lucky Philip Dube died on 18 October 2007 at the hands of armed robbers. (Lucky Dube photo courtesy) The music Reggae legend popularly known as Lucky Dube was killed In Rosettenville, a Johannesburg suburb while he was driving his Chrysler 300C.
Famous reggae music artist late Lucky Dube has remained to be Africa's best musician who pioneered a distinct taste in reggae enriched with a traditional feel. This legacy still lives in his daughter who has followed his steps, by mixing the sound with a Jamaican type. Nkulee Dube his surviving daughter has been making herself trend abroad through her thrilling musical skills and similar voice inherited from her dad.
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.
COURTESY | PHOTO Even after agreeing to move on following the Court of Appeal decision to uphold the High Court Ruling on the Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) to unconstitutional, null and void, some politicians have trolled Mr Odinga on his famous BBI Campaign Slogan of 'Nobody Cannot Stop Reggae'.
Mtu Necessary as he is famously known is not only a singer but also a very brilliant rapper with a very witty flow. He gives credit to artists like Octopizzo, Juliani, Khuli Chana, Lucky Dube and a host of others for being his source of inspiration.