In 2005 African Cream Music launched the African Cream Kidz label. The music captures the beautiful songs and tales of Mother Africa and shares them with children across the globe. Delighting kids imagination with the sights, sounds and magic of Africa, the label offers a fun and irresistible mix of entertainment and education. It reflects the fascinating diversity of our lives and cultures and promotes tolerance and understanding between all people.Lullabies from Mama Africa, still a bestselling album, was nominated for a SAMA (South African Music Award) in the children’s category. A collection of harmonious well-known African songs and original, soothing compositions for babies, it makes the perfect gift for any mother.
Item Kode: MC27251
TV: – Great Expectations, 3Talk, Power Edition, SABC Kids, YOTVMagazines: – Your Pregnancy, Your Baby, Your Child, Living & Loving, Joburg’s Child, Cape Town Child, Fit Pregnancy, Mother & Child, Femina, O Mag, You/Huisgenoot, Drum, Destiny, etcAlternative: – Facebook, Jozikids, Kidsonline, IOL, 24.comoIn store promotions; All tourist related publications; Music played at all restaurants and shops at major airportsMusic played on all Kruger Park and Cape Town tour buses
Item Kode: MC27248
Wendy Oldfield is the renowned producer of African Cream’s Under African Skies, Singalong Kidz (2009 SAMA Best Kids English Album Winner) and In The Womb (2011 SAMA Best Kids Album Nominee). Since entering the market, the African Cream Kidz imprint has managed to capture the hearts of children everywhere.Now Wendy Oldfield presents her latest long-anticipated release. Wendy Oldfield explains, After winning the SAMA in 2009, I immediately started writing new songs for the next album.Wendy Oldfield has kept the South African theme very strong using indigenous instruments and different vernaculars in a couple of songs. She used children from Wilderness where she lives as well as her own three children and succeeded in catching their personalities on the recordings.The voices are so unique and delightful and their singing so enthusiastic – I cannot help but smile every time I hear the album, she says, adding, I reminded myself to keep it simple as it’s so easy to get caught up in the production and lose sight of the simple delivery that it takes to grab a child’s attention and so I have focused on the melodies and the importance of the lyrics, keeping the background music clear and simple.The songs are catchy, sometimes hilarious, relevant and very melodic. They are sure to become one of your children’s favorites just like its predecessor. Wendy Oldfield asserts, I hope you have as much fun listening to them as I have making them.
Item Kode: MC27250
People of my country, tell these tales to our children. So they willremember who they are and where they come from, and so they willfeel a belonging to this, the land of their birth-Gcina MhlopheAfrican Cream Kids is proud to announce the release of GcinaMhlophe Presents: Songs & Stories of Africa. Gcina Mhlophe isa national South African treasure who grew up in the Transkei. A well-known freedom fighter, activist,actor, poet, playwright, director, author and storyteller, she credits her grandmother for instilling in her alove of storytelling. She explains, When I was growing up, half the kids in our neighbourhood wouldcome and spend the evening at home so that they could listen to izinganekwane (tales).Gcina has appeared in theatres around the world from Soweto to London. Much of her work has beentranslated into many languages and she has travelled extensively in Africa and globally giving soughtafterstorytelling workshops. On this special album Mhlophe shares some of her stories and songs withus.Storytelling is a deeply traditional activity in Africa and Gcina does most of it through charismaticperformances, working to preserve storytelling as a means of keeping history alive and encouragingchildren to read. Watching Gcina her perform is an experience that a child will never forget. She says, Ilove sharing my songs and stories with others but my favourite way of relating them is the ancient way ofmy people– telling them face to face, in front of a live audience. Oh, the thrill of seeing faces reacting towhat you are saying; of feeling the energy go from storyteller to audience and back again!How did the Tortoise win respect What happened with Jabulani and the Lion Mhlophes delightfulstories and songs in English and African languages, meld folklore, information, current affairs and idiom.Give your kids the gift of African traditional stories and songs guaranteed to enthrall and entertain them.Gcina says, I hope that this album will carry some of that thrill to you, the listener, and that you, too, willfeel a story or a song awaken inside you and find yourself wishing to tell it to others. Yes, you! Becauseevery living being has a story to tell. Let’s keep passing on the magic.
Item Kode: MC27253
TV: – Great Expectations, 3Talk, Power Edition, SABC Kids,YOTVMagazines: -Your Pregnancy, Your Baby, Your Child, Living &Loving, Joburg’s Child, Cape Town Child, FitPregnancy, Mother & Child, Femina, O Mag,You/Huisgenoot, Drum, Destiny, etcAlternative: – Facebook, Jozikids, Kidsonline, IOL, 24.com- In store promotions- All tourist related publications- Music played at all restaurants and shops at majorairports- Music played on all Kruger Park and Cape Town tourbuses
Item Kode: MC27247
Oorspronklike liedjies, geskryf deur Arnold de Wet en sy pa, Jan, wat al jare suksesvol in die kindermark golwe maak. Met kleurryke stelle, lessies, danse en poppekasstories bederf hierdie kombinasie van DVD en CD die jong mark met vars Afrikaanse kindergospelmusiek. Aanbeveel by lesgee in kinderkerke, kleuter- en laerskole. Snitte sluit in:
• Jesus is die beste
• Al die begeertes
• Ek is ’n wenner
• Nuwe dag
Item Kode: 200060
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