Suthukazi Arosi

Suthukazi Arosi | Black and White


#Footage #World #Video #SouthAfrica #AfroJazz Suthukazi Arosi

Youtube video by Suthukazi Arosi BLACK AND WHITE is a song about us - human beings with all the hatred that has turned against all humanity for centuries. Civilised as we are but still dwelling on racism.

'Black and White' is a track from the album "Naked" available on iTunes and our web store


UbuntuFM | Suthukazi Arosi | “Naked” | #SouthAfrica #Jazz #Soul #R&B

#Releases #Jazz #Soul #RnB #SouthAfrica Suthukazi Arosi

ALBUM RELEASE | Suthukazi Arosi | “Naked” | #SouthAfrica #Jazz #Soul #R&B“Naked” features 10 brand new tracks recorded over a period of twelve years, 2 remixes and 3 interludes. The interludes introduce the listener to some of the traditional and tribal sounds of South Africa. Each with a specific purpose and theme. 

Voyage LA Magazine meets UbuntuFM

UbuntuFM | Voyage LA Magazine

#Interviews #Music #VoyageLA Suthukazi Arosi Ikenna Okeh King Mavuthela

UbuntuFM's core team interview by VoyageLA Mag We were privileged and honoured to receive an interview request from Voyage LA Magazine just before the year’s ending. Staff member Kris Williams invited us to share our story with them. Once a link has been established, a bond is made.

So, before we jump into specific questions about the business, why don’t you give us some details about you and your story.

We Are UbuntuFM. UbuntuFM is a media organization – virtually based in Johannesburg, South-Africa and built around the ‘Ubuntu’ philosophy of contributing our individual membership towards the wholesomeness of the human community. UbuntuFM originates from South Africa but


UbuntuFM | Suthukazi Arosi

#Feedback #People Suthukazi Arosi #Ubuntu #UbuntuFM

When I met Suthu When I met Suthu, Ubuntu to Me, was no more than a software release, version 5.04, with a vague notion of the deeper meaning...

Suthukazi had just released her music CD
called Ubuntu that had caught my attention...

Suthu explained to me the deeper meaning of Ubuntu, in Music and in Spirit...
and I realized that Ubuntu has no boundaries, no specific format, no face...

Ubuntu flows,

like the River towards the Sea,
like the Rain from the Heavens,