Ladysmith Black Mambazo's Tshabalala accepted award at Grammys with a dance
Ladysmith Black Mambazo scooped its fifth Grammy Award at a ceremony in New York on Sunday night for their album Shaka Zulu Revisited.
The group scored the Best World Music album at the 60th Annual Grammy Awards.
According to EWN correspondent, Nadia Neophytou a very jubilant Mzisi Tshabalala accepted the award on behalf of the group and went on stage dancing.
The group won its first-ever Grammy for the original recording of Shaka Zulu 30 years ago.
This is actually the first album they received their first-ever Grammy back in 1988.Nadia Neophytou, EWN reporter
The Grammy Awards also saw Bruno Mars and Kendrick Lamar dominate the accolades.
To hear more of this report by Nadia Neophytou, listen below:
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