Sunday, February 12, 2012


"I can never claim to know you in lived experience but your voice and music connects to many realities we live in (love, loss, woman's dignity and pride) - in that part I know you. Your voice and passing could be crowded with many stories - perhaps with drugs, marriage and the choices you made - yet we know very little of you as a person, mother or wife. In the middle of all this, I am proudly calling you a sister in respect of your talent, content of your music and your contribution to the music industry. In that, I choose to remember you as one of the greatest female vocalists of all time – not only for your voice but also for allowing us to learn the complexity of the woman journey out of yours. I will always love you " - Jacqueline Mgumia


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