#RIPDeborahFraser | Tributes pour in for Deborah Fraser

Tributes have been pouring in following the passing of gospel veteran Deborah Fraser yesterday afternoon. 

READ | Gospel legend Deborah Fraser has passed on

The Fraser family confirmed her passing and released a statement. Many have poured their hearts out to the family and sent condolences. 

Dr Fraser was a renowned gospel artist who began her illustrious career in 1985 as a back-up vocalist for local and international artists such as Hugh Masekela, Jonas Gwangwa, Lucky Dube and Brenda Fassie, to name a few.

She released her first album titled ‘Abanye Bayombona’ in 2000. The album has sold over 1 million copies. She went on to produce several award-winning albums throughout her career.

 

 

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