What Happened To Gloria Bosman? South African Singer Dies At 50: It is hard to believe that Gloria Bosman has died but that’s the harsh reality we have to accept. She was an Award-winning jazz musician, composer, and songwriter. Reportedly, Bosman was just 50 years of age when died. The news was confirmed by The Southern African Music Right organization. The media didn’t disclose any information about Bosman’s cause of death. Bosman was born in Mofolo, which is located in Johannesburg, and raised in Pimville, Soweto. Scroll down to know more about Gloria Bosman.
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What Happened To Gloria Bosman?
Recently, Gloria Bosman was appointed to Samro’s board as a Non-executive director. The announcement reads, “The Southern African Music Rights Organisation (SAMRO) has announced that Gloria Bosman will join the organization as a Board Member. Gloria has won multiple music awards, released 6 solo albums, and has performed around the world” In addition, Bosman won two South African Music Awards (Samas) and over 11 nominations. She was also part of two Kora nominations.
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Her first debut album was, Tranquility, which was released in the ’90s, Bosman’s first album helped her to win the prestigious award for Best Newcomer and received a nomination for Best Contemporary Jazz Album. She was selected as Best Female Artist at the 2001 Samas.
Gloria Bosman Songs and Awards
Another album, named Stop and Think, released in the 2000s received nominations for Best Female Artist and Best Jazz Album at the 2003 SamasSamas.
Her solo album, which was released in 2004, received six Sama nominations and the title Best Female Composer.
Tranquillity (1999), The Many Faces of Gloria Bosman (2000/1), Stop and Think (2002), Nature Dance (2003/4), Emzini (2006), and Letters from the Heart vol.1 (2010), were the album of Gloria Bosman, which show her dedication toward her work.
#BETRemembers the South African jazz icon Gloria Bosman & her incredible contribution to the music industry. From her soothing soulful voice to her charming aura.
We would like to extend our sincerest condolences & prayers to her family, friends & fans????️ Rest in peace queen. pic.twitter.com/P1CcFJw85Z
— BET Africa (@BET_Africa) March 15, 2023
She had traveled the world and shared the stage with Sibongile Khumalo, Oliver Mtukudzi, Hugh Masekela, Concord Nkabinde, Sipho Mabuse, Tananas, and Vusi Mahlasela.
Now, she had gone and her fan and loved one showed tribute on social media. She experienced amazing life which was inspirational for every artist and young youth. Follow Thecrunchynews.com For More
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