- Heritage Day is about all the amazing things that make us who we are: our roots and history
- Jamie Olivier, a local artist, has collaborated with Ladysmith Black Mambazo to create a song that is the perfect tribute to SA's heritage
- Africa's Time is a song that makes you feel good about the future of our continent
Jeremy Olivier, African singer-songwriter, guitarist and composer based in Cape Town, has released a song with Ladysmith Black Mambazo that celebrates Mzansi's heritage - the perfect tribute to Heritage Day.
The track, Africa's Time, is all about the wonderful things that Africa offers and how amazing its people are.
It's a real feel-good song that is perfect when enjoying Heritage Day with loved ones.
Jeremy started his music career in Chinhoyi, Zimbabwe, where he was born. He had a passion for guitar and started touring the country from as young as 14.
He moved to Cape Town and got his BMus Honours in Jazz Performance from the University of Cape Town’s College of Music, according to Good Things Guy.
He has performed all over SA, The Netherlands, Switzerland and Germany and enjoys spreading the love for heritage wherever he goes.
Briefly.co.za learnt that Jeremy's new album, Changing World, was recorded in New York and was released in October 2018.
Check out the track that embraces heritage so well:
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