Brendan Peyper is a famous Afrikaans Pop Singer. Brendan was born on August 7, 1996 in Bloemfontein, South Africa. He covered Billy Joel‘s “Piano Man” in 2015. Brendan Peyper is a South African singer whose debut Afrikaans album "Stop Wag Bly Nog ‘n Bietjie" was released in 2015. He became a breakout star with the singles “Tafelberg vir Twee,” “Die Perfekte Een Vir My” and “Stop Wag Bly Nog ‘n Bietjie.”
Brendan Peyper shows why he is one of South Africa’s most in-demand artists with his new album, “Hy loop oop” – an album pulsing with musical enjoyment that’ll stop at nothing on its way up!
Brendan made headlines and won over fans countrywide with a voice that can make knees go weak, high-energy rhythms and a rich mix of pop and country music with a strong acoustic undertone.
The new album offers all this and more with 15 handpicked tracks, where electro-elements are also fused with this winning recipe, along with guitar, drums, keys, banjo and harmonica. This spells more rhythm, even more kick, more tongue in cheek wit and close to an hour’s worth of pure party pleasure for young and old!
From dance tracks like “Hy loop oop”, “Vanaand sê ek net ja”, and “Net ‘n bietjie”, to twosteps like “Ek gee jou my woord”, all the way through to more easy listening tracks like “Twee is beter as een”, “Jou mond is in die pad” and “Sal jy my vergewe”, this is an album that caters for a wide variety of musical tastes and won’t leave you without a smile on your face for even as much as one song!
The lyrics without a doubt bear testament to a more mature Brendan, but still flows with exactly the same punch that has become synonymous with his name over the past two years or so.
Brilliantly arranged cover versions of Laurika Rauch’s “Stille waters” and “Province Medley” have also been included in the album – one a laid back, soulful last dance filled with longing, the other a foot-stomping medley of the singalong hits “Province Province Die Currie Cup kom weer”, “Suikerbos”, “Hier’s ek weer” and “Loslappie”.
A further highlight of this album is “In silhouette saam met my”, Brendan’s duet with Franja du Plessis, where two of the country’s favourite young voices unite in a track that’ll drag you straight to the dancefloor – heart, head, feet and all!
The title track unequivocally states the key message of this album: “Draai die krane oop, laat waai, dis heuning laat hom loop!”
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