Brenden Praise bio: age, baby, spouse, Idols, songs, nominations, profile

Brenden Praise bio: age, baby, spouse, Idols, songs, nominations, profile

Brendan Praise is a South African soulful singer who has won the hearts of thousands. Randall Abrahams once stated that he "makes young girls imagine they were women and old women imagine they were young girls." The heart-throb is a singer and is well versed in mixing and studio production.

Brenden Praise biography
Brenden Praise. Photo: brenden_praise
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Brendan, from a young age, immersed himself in music and has mastered contemporary music. Aside from that, his professional training also gives him an edge in music production. Stick around to find out more about the Idols' star.

Brenden Praise profile summary

  • Brenden Praise real name: Brenden Praise Ledwaba
  • Date of birth: 5th February 1994
  • Age: 26 years as of 2020
  • Gender: Male
  • Nationality: South African
  • Spouse: Mpoomy Ledwaba
  • Marital status: Married
  • Profession: Singer
  • Brenden Praise Instagram: @brenden_praise
  • Twitter: @Brenden_Praise
  • Facebook: @IdolsSA.Brenden

Brenden Praise biography

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Brenden Praise Ledwaba was brought up in Graskop in Mpumalanga Province. He attended Graskop Primary School and, later on, did his secondary education in Sybrand Van Niekerk High School located in Sabie. He joined Emendy Sound and Music Technology College in Pretoria, South Africa, where he studied sound engineering. Brenden Praise age is 26 years as of 2020.

Brenden Praise family
Brenden Praise with his wife and children. Photo: brenden_praise
Source: Instagram

Who is Brenden Praise wife?

Ledwaba is happily married to the famous business lady Nompumelelo, who is popularly known as Mpoomy. The wife with a self-made business empire has had a long journey filled with many trials and hardships that made her who she is today. The two got married in January 2017 and have been blessed with two children. Brenden Praise baby boy was born in 2020, and the older girl was born in 2018.

Brenden Praise career

Ledwaba has always been passionate about music because he is from a musical family. He started singing at the tender age of five, and by the age of twelve, he started playing the piano. He quickly developed an ear for good music. With the knowledge he has acquired from experience over the years and the training he received while studying at Emendy Sound and Music Technology College, he is able to compose his songs and produce music while making beats.

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Brenden Praise Idols season 9 also gave him an advantage in his music career. He became the runner-up behind Musa Sukwene, who took the victory with slightly over 1,000 votes. Ledwaba took home R10,000 worth of fashion vouchers from Truworths.

Ledwaba has had several nominations over the past few years. Brenden Praise nominations include:

  • South African Music Award for Record of the Year
  • South African Music Award for Best Music Video of the Year
Brenden Praise biography
Brenden immersed in making music. Photo: brenden_praise
Source: Instagram

Brenden Praise songs

In June 2019, Ledwaba released his first album Feel So Good, which has most of his popular tracks. In 2020, he also released a single Journey To Cairo. Below are the songs he has released:

  • Journey To Cairo
  • Love Comes Easy
  • It's Joy
  • Wena Ntsena
  • Blessing
  • Feel So Good
  • Love Is
  • Lose You Again
  • Ku Hava
  • All I Need
  • Let's Just Cuddle
  • Home Sweet Home
  • Not Ready
  • Africana
  • All I Need

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In 2020, Brendan Praise managed to release a single that is loved especially amongst his fans. As the year ends, many hope that the new year 2021 will come with great hits from the star.

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