Tuvan throat singing describes the wild-sounding songs created by musicians in the southern Siberian and Mongolian Steppe region of Central Asia who, for want of a better explanation, use their throats as if they were a didgeridoo.
The Quebe Sisters are singing sweetness
personified. A lot of what works for Hulda, Grace and Sophia Quebe is
the same thing that has made sister (or brother) acts shine over the
years — close sibling harmonies.
When you come on the scene as a young man
who performs Dancehall Reggae mixed with Rap and other genres, and do
it as a bearded, Orthodox Hasidic Jew who touts his spirituality in his
grooves, you will be noticed by believers and non-believers alike.