Vuyo Mokoena was a South African gospel artist, known to be one of the best in the gospel industry. Vuyo Mokoena who had complications of blood cancer and brain tumour passed away on the 23rd of May 2008.
Before Vuyo Mokoena went solo, he was musically associated to Rebecca Malope. They have both collaborated on a number of tracks and have won numerous awards. Rebecca Malope is known as the Gospel music African Queen throughout her career of over thirty years.
Vuyo Mokoena has over eight albums under his name, with over eighty songs released through out his career.
The Iculo Elisha album was released on the 4th of February 2002; under the Epic Records label.
The Sish’udumo album was released under Columbia record label; on the 10th of March 2003.
Avulek’ Amazulu was released on the 16th of March 2007; under the Paradise record label.
The Legends album was released on the 28th of November 2008; under The CCP Record Company (Pty) Limited.
Ngasabela Nkosi was released under The CCP Record Company (Pty) Limited; on the 7th of September 2009.
Remembering was released under the Paradise label; on the 13th of November 2009.
The album “Psalmist” was released on the 23rd of January 2012, under the Heita label.
The album “Icon” was released in 2014; under Universal Music.
This album was a special project album. It was released on the 26th of September 2014, under Sony Music.