Updated: Mar 20
Christened Sibusiso Msesiwe and now has donned the moniker CeeBoo, a versatile cross over artist whose lilting and honey raw voices wafts swiftly between Afro-soul and R&B. Born and raised in the coastal town of East London, she started singing at the tender age of six, as part of her church choir and went on to learn to play the piano on her own. “I am a self-taught musician. I enjoyed learning a skill without conscious awareness of the underlying processes of what is being learnt. In the process of curiosity you make mistakes, learn and grow because you have no scope or boundary to limit you. It is for this reason that I do not like being boxed as a musician”
Cee Boo recently released her debut album entitled "Breaking Dawn". Standout tracks from the new album include 'Not the Same Woman" ,"On My Way", "As the Seasons Change" and "Azange Ndambona". Her single tracks "Azange Ndambona" "When I Close My Eyes" and "Not The Same Woman" have been exploding worldwide.