Sample Africa AmaMpondo Vol.1
Sounds of Africa | 206mb
Over 216 MB of authentic, never heard before sounds and samples from the amaMpondo nation of South Africa! Features: African group vocals, the Bokoman horn, ululation, rhythmic vocals, female and male vocal chants!
Sample Africa is an African music sample library exclusive to Prime Loops, that offers super-authentic audio samples from the various tribes of the continent.
With AmaMpondo Vol. 1 we're excited to introduce you to the authentic, never heard before, sounds and samples from the amaMpondo tribe of South Africa. Inside this unique sound collection you will find over 216 MB of african group vocal samples, Bokoman horn samples, ululation vocal samples, rhythmic vocals, female and male vocal chants.
Mpondo is a name derived from one of the sons of a king named Sibiside of the abaMbo nation: It is said that the abaMbo tribe emerged from the lakes of a place called Lubhelu, and later migrated south across the Zambezi River until they reached a place called Mhlathuze (Now known as Zwaziland).
King Sibiside had many wives and many children. One of his sons was named Mpondo. It is said that when Mpondo was older and left home, he migrated south with a large number of people from the abaMbo nation.
Mpondo was now acknowledged as their king, and the movement of people changed their tribal name from abaMbo to amaMpondo, who settled in the a place now known as the Eastern Cape of South Africa. AmaMpondo still practice their culture today and are a strong and beautiful nation amongst many others in the world.