Kelly Khumalo is a South African singer, actor, and dancer who was born on November 11, 1984.
She was discovered while performing at a gospel talent search and signed a record deal with Bomsai Entertainment, releasing her debut studio album T.K.O. She was born and raised in Nquthu, KwaZulu-Natal. She was discovered while performing at a gospel talent search and signed a record deal with Bomsai Entertainment, releasing her debut studio album T.K.O. (2005). She rose to prominence following the release of her debut album T.K.O. (2005).
In the Afro Pop music circuit, she was crowned the Best Newcomer of 2005. On November 5, 2012, the album The Past, Present, and Future was released. She won an award at the 19th South African Music Awards in May 2013.
Khumalo’s tenth album, The Voice of Africa (2020), had RnB, Gospel, and Afro Pop themes. The album’s chart-topping songs were “Empini,” which was certified gold by the Recording Industry of South Africa (RISA), and “Esiphambaweni,” which topped the gospel charts. The Voice of Africa was nominated for Best Afro-pop Album at the 27th South African Music Awards.
Kelly Khumalo is a South African actress who was born in Katlehong and then relocated to KwaZulu-Natal. In 1997, she moved to Gauteng.
Who is Zandi Khumalo, Kelly Khumalo’ sister?
Zandi Khumalo is known for being the only sister of South Africa singer and actress, Kelly Khumalo.
Who is Ntombi Khumalo, Kelly Khumalo’ mother?
Dr. Ntombi Khumalo was a lecturer in somatology at the University of Johannesburg before being elected to the Joburg City Council as MMC: Group Corporate and Shared Services in 2016.
She has almost a decade of experience in the somatology sector, holds a doctorate in Health Professions Education, has published research papers in peer-reviewed publications, and has given presentations at local and worldwide conventions.