Jazz musician Bheki Mseleku brought Tu Nokwe, perhaps one of the most gifted South African performers from the ’90s, to music. Primarily teaching music to township children in her family’s Amajika Youngsters and Children’s Artwork Project, she ultimately journeyed to London and NY, where she got lessons on the well-known Manhattan College of Music. Recognizing that her accurate potential was in the home, she came back to South Africa, continued employed in the youngsters project, and began gathering materials for an recording of her personal material. After 3 years of effort, the wonderful Inyaka Nyaka premiered in 1996, and redefined Tu Nokwe as a robust musician with unique suggestions. The follow-up, African Kid (1999), continuing the achievement. Tu Nokwe explains her music like a spiritual modern African audio with affects of jazz and funk. Overall, it really is masterful, non-superficial pop with an Southern African contact.