Sipho Mabuse

Also known as S. Mabuse, S. Mabuse, Sipho, Sipho "Hot Stix" Mabuse, Sipho "Hotstix" Mabuse, Sipho ''Hotstix'' Mabuse, Sipho ‘Hotstix’ Mabuse, Sipho Hot Stix Mabuse, Sipho Hotsticks Mabuse, Sipho Hotstix Mabuse
This performer (group) in the Internet: http://www.hotstix.co.za/

Discography of Sipho Mabuse:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Sipho Mabuse 9 Audio 1987 Virgin
2 Burn Out 4 Audio 1984-09-10 Gallo Record Company
3 Burn Out 4 Audio 1984 CGD
4 Burn Out 2 Audio 1985 Important Records (4)
5 Burn Out 4 Audio 1984 Columbia
6 Burn Out 4 Audio 1984
7 Burn Out 2 Audio 1985 Important Records (4)
8 Jive Soweto 2 Audio 1986 Important Records (4)
9 Burn Out 2 Audio 1985 CBS
10 Break Dance (LeBaron Edit) 4 Audio 2009 Beat Electric
11 Burn Out 3 Audio 1987 Virgin Dance
12 Burn Out 2 Audio 1987 Virgin
13 Sipho Mabuse 8 Audio 1987 Virgin
14 Chant Of The Marching 9 Audio 1989 Virgin
15 Burn Out 2 Audio 1984-11-12
16 Afrodizzia 8 Audio 1986 Gallo Records
17 Sipho Mabuse 8 Audio 1987 Virgin
18 Burn Out 4 Audio 1984 Columbia
19 Sipho Mabuse 8 Audio Virgin
20 Chant 2 Audio 1988 Virgin
21 Burn Out (Extended Version) 3 Audio 1987 Virgin
22 Chant Of The Marching 9 Audio 1989 Virgin
23 Chant Of The Marching 9 Audio 1989 Gallo-GRC Record Co. (Pty) Ltd.
24 Jive Soweto / Breakdancing 2 Audio 1988 Star Records
25 Chant Of The Marching 9 Audio 1989 Virgin
26 Let's Get It On 2 Audio 1985
27 Shikisha 3 Audio 1987
28 Shikisha 2 Audio 1987
29 Shikisha 3 Audio 1987 Virgin
30 Sipho Mabuse 8 Audio 1987 Virgin
31 The Best Of 10 Audio Galo Music Productions


Born in Orlando West, Soweto on November 2nd, 1951, young Sipho was recruited by [b]Selby Ntuli[/b] to join the band [b]The Beaters[/b] whilst a drummer for the school's cadets team. Upon Ntuli's death in 1978, he took over leadership of the band - which by then had renamed itself to [a=Harari].

Going solo after the band's demise and a competent multi-instrumentalist in his own right (drums, flute, piano, saxophone, kalimba, alto flute, timbales and African drums), his biggest commercial hit remains 1985's "Burn Out". Mr. Mabuse's "Chant of the Marching" album was banned in 1992, and he remains an active mentor for other young artists.


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