IN DEDICATION AND MEMORY OF BONGI MAKEBA
DECEMBER 20, 1950 ~ MARCH 17, 1985
Respectively, Bongi was also able to carve out a noteworthy Legacy of her own in the short time she was with us, engraving her place in history.
Born Angela Sibongile Makeba and in matrimonial Angela Sibongile Makeba-Lee, Bongi would eventually blossom into a creative Artist in her own right, both as a Singer, Composer and Songwriter; where she would distinguish herself by penning songs such as: "West Wind", "A luta Continua", "Lumumba", "Do You Remember Malcolm?" and "Quit It" - among others all sung by her Mother - Miriam Makeba.
In collaborating her American Husband, Harold Nelson Lee, together in the early to mid-1970s, she made two 7" records featuring two soul tracks arranged by George Butcher: "That's The Kind Of Love" and "I Was So Glad" (France: Syliphone SYL533) & "Everything For You My Love" and the previously mentioned "Do You Remember Malcolm?".