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Sibuor (please note that it's Sibuor and not Sibour) is an indie-singer-songwriter based in Cape Town, South Africa. He produces indie-electro-pop songs with inspiration from African musical genres and sings about issues relevant to the LGBTI community. His first album, Conversion Therapy, was completed in 2017. His latest single, LOVE RISING is an Afro House collaboration with DJ Saida and is on his second album, Electronic Disturbances, which you can listen to here.

 

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Sibuor (please note that it's Sibuor and not Sibour) is an indie-singer-songwriter based in Cape Town, South Africa. He launched his music career in 2015.

He produces indie-electro-pop songs that are inspired by African musical genres and issues relevant to the LGBTI community. He identifies as a gay man. 

He plays piano and sings and can play a little guitar. His first album, Conversion Therapy, was completed in 2017 and he considers it his 'coming out' album and a celebration of his sexuality. His latest single, LOVE RISING is an Afro House collaboration with DJ Saida and is on his second album, Electronic Disturbances, which you can listen to here.

He is originally from Durban, South Africa.

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Sibuor (please note that it's Sibuor and not Sibour) is an indie-singer-songwriter based in Cape Town, South Africa. He launched his music career in 2015 after plucking up the courage to pursue his dream of being a singer.

He produces indie-electro-pop songs that are inspired by African musical genres and issues relevant to the LGBTI community. He identifies as a gay man.

Some of his favorite music icons are Madonna, Okzharp, Tori Amos, Arca, Nakhane, Björk, FKA Twigs, Grimes, Empath, Hayley Kiyoko, and David Bowie.

He plays piano and sings and can play a little guitar. His first album, Conversion Therapy, was completed in 2017 and he considers it his 'coming out' album and a celebration of his sexuality and his new career path. 

His latest single, LOVE RISING is an Afro House collaboration with DJ Saida and is on is his second album, Electronic Disturbances, which you can listen to here. The album explores electro sounds and genres such as Afro House and gqom. It also explores themes relating to 'resistance', i.e. that is being true to yourself, standing up against political divisions, embracing diversity, and not giving into fear.

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