We have fantastic news as Cape Town artist, Jeremy Olivier, has released one of the most Proudly South African albums in a long time AND he is also making dreams come true for one lucky person who loves SA’s beautiful Rainbow Nation as passionately as he does. (See competition details below, or go ahead and enter right now.)

The first song off Jeremy’s amazing new album CHANGING WORLD is ‘Africa’s Time’ – which was recorded in collaboration with 5-time Grammy Award winners, Ladysmith Black Mambazo. It’s already clocked up almost half a million views and over 9,000 shares!

WATCH Africa’s Time

The video showcases everything we love about South Africa… and by the end of it, you’ll find yourself with your hand on your heart passionately singing along to Nkosi Sikelel’ iAfrika! And yearning for South Africa… which is where the good news comes in…

WIN an All-Inclusive Trip of a Lifetime to Cape Town, South Africa

By purchasing Changing World, you’ll not only get an album that you’ll never want to stop listening to… but you could also stand a chance to win an all-inclusive trip of a lifetime to Cape Town!

The competition is open to anyone from any country in the world. Enter here

The prize is:

  • Round trip flights to Cape Town for two from anywhere in the world
  • Five nights at the trendy 4* Double Tree by Hilton Hotel
  • Two nights at the exclusive 5* Twelve Apostles Hotel & Spa
  • Luxurious spa treatments
  • Cape Town touring package
  • $2,000 (US) spending money

Africa’s Time is one of two songs performed with Ladysmith Black Mambazo on CHANGING WORLD. (Jeremy met the group during his time on The Voice SA in 2016.)

The album has been described as harkening back to Paul Simon’s iconic ‘Graceland’, with a mix of New York sophistication, African rhythms and Jeremy’s signature sound. The album was recorded in New York at The Clubhouse (the same studio where The Lumineers and Shawn Mendes recorded their latest albums)!

It features Grammy-winning drummer Will Calhoun of Living Color fame (who has also toured with The Rolling Stones, Peter Gabriel and Lauren Hill to name a few), and David Sancious (keyboard player for Sting and Bruce Springsteen), with horn arrangements by the legendary Tom ‘Bones’ Malone.

FIND OUT MORE: http://www.jeremyolivier.com