A TRIBUTE TO THE LEGENDS & ICONS
They dazzle, they impress, they inspire...
Born in 1981 in Houston, Texas, Beyoncé first rose to fame as lead vocalist of Destiny’s Child. Later, she established a top-selling solo career, garnering countless accolades and several awards along the way. Known for her inspiring, fiery and empowering lyrics, Beyoncé has also proven herself to be a capable actress, starring in several films, including 2006’s Dream Girls and 2002’s Goldmember. Her 2011 album, 4, has been called “an intimate, personal album, with lyrics emphasising monogamy, female empowerment and self-reflection”. 4 spawned
I Look To You
All the Way:
A Decade of Song
Respect: The Best Of
Softly With These Songs:
The Best Of
A TRIBUTE TO WOMEN IN SONG
They entertain, impress, encourage And inspire...
Amanda Black “AmaZulu”
Born and bred in the Eastern Cape, former Idols contestant Amanda Black has etched her way into the hearts of the South African music-loving public. Her music is a fusion of soul-inspired African beats and rhythms, backed with powerful lyrics and a booming voice. Says Amanda “Amazulu is about a journey. There are songs about me losing and finding myself, my knowing who I am, songs about heartbreak, love, being happy and comfortable in my skin; and all these are my stories”. Certainly no overnight sensation, Amanda Black’s Amazulu deserves a spot on your playlist.
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A TRIBUTE TO WOMEN IN FILM
They captivate, they entertain, they inspire...
American actress Julia Roberts shot to fame after starring in the 1990 romantic comedy Pretty Woman, in which she played down-on-her-luck Hollywood prostitute Vivian Ward. The film was a box office hit, making Julia one of the most sough-after actresses of the time. She has won three Golden Globe Awards, with four Oscar nominations, winning the Oscar for Best Actress for her performance
Breakfast at Tiffany's
British actress and humanitarian Audrey Hepburn (1929 - 1993) was the first actress to win an Academy Award, a Golden Globe and a BAFTA Award for a single performance. Best known for her role as Holly Golightly in the 1961 film, Breakfast at Tiffany’s. Hepburn regarded it as one of her most challenging roles, since she was an introvert required to play an extrovert.
Gone With The Wind
Thelma & Louise
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