The previous evening fans, industry job players, family and media assembled in Rosebank, Johannesburg, for a select listening meeting of Rejoice, the new collection by Tony Allen and Hugh Masekela. It is the primary full group of work highlighting Masekela to be discharged since his going in 2018. Tony Allen, the notorious Nigerian drummer, shared a message from Paris, expressing gratitude toward South Africans for their energetic reaction to the collection. Likewise in participation were individuals from the Hugh Masekela family including his sister Barbara Masekela, his nephew Mabusha Masekela and his little girl Pula Twala. Josh Georgiou, his supervisor, talked for the benefit of the Hugh Masekela Heritage Foundation. The night included a riveting tribute to the West African sound by Mandla Mlangeni (Standard Bank Young Jazz Winner 2019). Georgiou was going with Hugh Masekela at the hour of Rejoice’s chronicle and given direct knowledge into what the studio procedure resembled. Talking for the benefit of the record name was Jonathan Jules, BMG’s Marketing Director of Africa and the Middle East “BMG is a significant worldwide music organization where our craftsmen are especially at the focal point of the estimations of our organization : decency, straightforwardness, administration, around the world. Cooperating with Tony and Hugh, two African legends, extends our worldwide pledge to facilitating the compass of African Music on the worldwide stage. Music is borderless as are we.” “The conservation of the African, and the South African sounds, is basic” said Mabusha Masekela. “This collection talks legitimately to that. It embodies what is basically people music, with the goal that our music and accounts are recalled for eternity. It’s likewise an update that we have to do significantly more to deify these sounds and stories before they are lost and overlooked”. The night incorporated an arresting tribute toward the West African sound by Mandla Mlangeni (Standard Bank Young Jazz Winner 2019). Having initially met in the 1970’s gratitude to their individual close relationship with Fela Kuti, the two incredibly famous artists spoke for quite a long time about making a collection together. When, in 2010, their visiting plans harmonized in the UK, the minute introduced itself and maker Nick Gold accepted the open door to record their experience. The incomplete meetings, comprising of every unique structure by the pair, lay in chronicle until after Masekela died in 2018. With recharged goals, Tony Allen and Nick Gold, with the gift and support of Hugh Masekela’s home, uncovered the first tapes and wrapped up the collection in summer 2019 at a similar London studio where the first meetings had occurred – the celebrated Livingston studios in North London. Cheer discharges worldwide on 20 March 2020 in-stores and on every single spilling stage.