Victor Kula started out in the 1960s playing guitar for both pop and RnB bands in Cape Town. In the 1970s, influenced by the likes of Grover Washington and local great, Winston ‘Mankunku’ Ngozi, Kula switched to the tenor and soprano saxophone. In the 1980s, he performed in the first performance of the applauded South African struggle musical, District 6. During this time, he fulfilled his long life dream of recording with music icon Winston ‘Mankunku’ Ngozi. Kula went on to tour in the United States, across South America as well as in Dubai and Abu Dhabi. He is currently musical director for the Lagunya Band, a popular township big band.