American singer Regina Belle in a conversation with Xolani Gwala

Regina Belle and The Manhattans with Gerald Alston are coming to South Africa in July to preform in Cape Town and Johannesburg.

This is part of the Big Concerts' The Legends of R&B series, presented by 702.

Regina is best known for her singles; Baby Come To Me and Make It Like It Was.

Speaking on the Afternoon Drive, she told Xolani that she has a few surprises for her fans.

Before the interview, Xolani surprised Afternoon Drive listeners with one of Regina's songs.

They can expect some old stuff, some new stuff, some stuff I'm gonna do with The Manhattans. I'm so looking forward to coming to South Africa, I have missed you guys.

Regina Belle, singer

Xolani asked Regina if she has thought about collaborating with any South African.

I'm actually looking for a young man to sing with me, A Whole New World.

Regina Belle, singer

Listen to the full conversation below...

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