One of South Africa’s hidden gems, acappela group iComplete is going on a Russian tour with a production called Joys of Sharing. The group made up of four incredible talents, Bubele Mgele, Happy Motha, Bonginkosi Motha and Mluleki Chuma is leaving for Russia on the 12th and stage their last show on the 18th November.

The group will be sharing the stage with the likes of Simphiwe Dana, Wouter Kellerman and dance extraordinaire Gregory Maqoma.

IComplete has released two brand new albums, Isiqala and Nawe, acapella fused with infectious African harmonies, beats and with songs that cater to both the young and old. Their music is uplifting, relatable and proudly African with a global influence from their travels.

The group is elated to be touring Russia especially performing alongside esteemed African artists they love. “It is such an honour to be sharing the stage with Grammy-award winner Wouter Kellerman, we love Simphiwe Dana and Gregory’s work, we are proud to be part of Joys of Sharing, representing our beautiful continent.” Commented Bubele Mgele, bass vocalist.

The group has over the years performed all over the world in venues such as the Kennedy Centre in Washington DC, the Royal Theatre Centre in Amsterdam, and also toured Germany, Belgium, England and France among other European countries. They have also worked on a number of theatre productions including “Songs of Migration” and “The Manhattan Brothers Tribute” both well received by critics and audiences alike.

On their return, the group will be working on their album launch.

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