He shot to national fame as one of the contestants on the first season of The Voice SA, but prior to that Cape Town-based singer/songwriter Jeremy Olivier was already forging out a career for himself in music.
The Zambian-born, Zimbabwean-raised musician was just five years old when he performed publically for the first time.
He joined Cape Talk's Sara-Jayne King in studio to talk about his musical journey thus far, and his latest album, 'Changing World'.
I remember seeing my sister playing the guitar one day and thinking, that looks amazing, let me try it. I tried it and it was like a duck to water.— Jeremy Olivier, singer/songwriter
What I loved about it [The Voice], that's different from the other shows, is that they keep the integrity of the artist 100%.— Jeremy Olivier, singer/songwriter
Listen as Jeremy performs two tracks from his brand new album.
This article first appeared on CapeTalk : [LISTEN] 'Voice SA' star launches second album (and it's a family affair)