No female artiste has managed to fuse ethno-soul, jazz with ragga in one song excerpt this 24-year old singer, songwriter, Nkulee Dube.

Born to a music legend, Luky Dube, Nkulee Dube has big shoes to fill to preserve and sustain the name of her late father.

Nkulee, whose music can be classified as ‘ethno-ragga’ fused with soul and jazz, is no stranger to the music industry; she has been a backing singer and dancer for the late Lebo Mathosa and later Ntando Bangani.

She glides and slides with ease in between her songs as she traverses between ragga and ethno-soul as if she was born on stage.

As a guest artiste and backing vocalist, Nkulee has been part of her late father’s performing band ‘One People’. She has performed at major festivals in Australia, Holland, Papua New Guinea, French Guyana, Suriname, to mention but a few.

Nkulee has already appeared in a compilation album released by Sillywalks Entertainment in Germany, where her song ‘Give It To Me’ is amongst the world greatest reggae and ragga songs by artistes such as Sizla.

Although Nkulee’s song is not much popular in Ghana, information has it that he will be storming Ghana on the 25th of November for a hole-in-heart charity concert in Ghana which is a musical concert designed to help raise funds for children suffering from hole-in-heart condition.

The daughter of the late legendary reggae star, Lucky Dube, who has taken up the father’s band since his painful death some few years ago will be the special guest artiste to “The Hole-in-Heart Charity Concert in Ghana”.

According to Nkulee Dube, coming to Ghana is like coming to continue what her father left uncompleted. Before the death of the reggae star, Lucky Dube had made pronouncement to the effect that he loved Ghana and was supposed to perform in Ghana the very year he died.

Let’s all get ready to meet the great daughter of the legend, Lucky Dube.