Lucky Dube’s Daughter Nkulee Breaks The Internet 

Lucky Dube’s Daughter Nkulee Breaks The Internet


When her father, Lucky Dube, was ruthlessly murdered in 2007, Nkulee was only 20 years old. She’s all grown, and Mzansi is loving her.

She was in her father’s Chrysler 300C on the fateful night of 18 October 2007 when armed carjackers planted fatal bullets into his body. Having witnessed all this, Nkulee Dube still struggles to talk about the traumatic event.

Since her father’s death, Nkulee Dube has morphed into a renowned artist in her own right. She has managed to fuse ethno-soul, jazz with ragga into one genre.


Lucky Dube’s daughter Nkulee on stage. [Image: Instagram]

Nkulee was once a backing singer and dancer for the late musical prowess Lebo Mathosa and later Ntando Bangani.

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As a guest artist and backing vocalist, Nkulee has been part of her late father’s performing band, and she has performed at major festivals in Australia, Holland, Papua New Guinea, French Guyana, Suriname, the South Pacific, Australasia, Africa, the USA, and across all of Europe.

Nkulee was previously awarded the prestigious “Most Promising New Entertainer” award at the International World Reggae Music Awards show after being nominated in seven categories and was also nominated in several categories at additional award events.


Lucky Dube's Daughter Nkulee
Lucky Dube’s Daughter Nkulee [Image: Instagram]

Nkulee Dube was requested to become the “Goodwill Ambassador” for the African Youth Leadership Council.

Nkulee has shared the stage with superstars like the Jamaican reggae/ragga artists Sizzla, Turbulence, and Tosh Meets Marley Warrior King.

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A recent picture of her surfaced online, and Mzansi’s heart melted.



“Dad, wherever you are, remember me by Lucky Dube. Bigger up, girl, keep on shining ❤💪” 


Lucky Dube's Daughter Nkulee
Lucky Dube’s Daughter Nkulee [Image: Instagram]


“I hate those who killed an innocent soul. I loved your father’s music, especially when he performed in Mozambique. Please take after your dad cc; we love you.”


“Continue uplifting the spirit of the great Dube your dad. Coming up greatly.”


“Beautiful, happy to meet her. Never knew the Legend left behind a daughter as pleasant as this. May you continue to rest in peace. Your Seed lives on.”


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