Afro-soul singer Ndoh Dlamini’s lovely voice will feature on Michael Bolton’s upcoming album…

The Daily Sun reports that Sony Music Africa provided the popular US crooner with a list of various vocalists, from which he chose two singers to include on his new CD. South Africa’s Ndoh Dlamini was one of them.

Born Nomfundo Dlamini-Sambo, Ndoh recorded vocals for Bolton’s cover of Marvin Gaye and Tammi Terrell’s ‘Ain’t Nothing Like the Real Thing’ and even though she didn’t actually meet him, she hopes to do so in the future.

“I am one of the two SA artists who will have a song with him. His part was already recorded when I did mine. I hope to meet him after the final mixing is done,” Ndoh explained of the recording which has been sent back to America for the final touches.

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Aside from Michael Bolton, 35-year-old Ndoh has also provided backing vocals for big locals names like Ringo Madlingozi, Madala Kunene, and the late Jabu Khanyile.

Author: Team Talk