Ebony & Ivory – the new and exciting duo from South Africa

Two talented singers have combined in South Africa to make an exciting duo. Colé van dais and Monica Nyenga have joined up to make Ebony & Ivory. Both singers have over 15 years of experience performing in South Africa and worldwide. These dynamic singers entertain any audience with their stunning voices, stage presence and vibrant personalities! They […]

AT THE OGAE PARTY in the euro fan cafe

Symphony from Swaziland and the winner of the first Afri music song contest also met up with another guest at the OGAE party last night. This time it is SANNA NIELSEN who participated for Sweden at the 2014 Eurovision in Copenhagen. She placed in the top 5 with her song UNDO which was covered in […]

EUROVISION COVER – CITY LIGHTS (English/Xhosa)

This song is a COVER of a 2017 Eurovision entry – CITY LIGHTS from Belgium. The song is being sung by 3 females – Cole van Dais who is an Afrikaans singer, Wendy Oldfield who is an English singer and Sisane Kubheke who is a Xhosa singer. Part of the cover is in XHOSA sung […]

EUROVISION COVER – HAEGT OG HLJOTT (Afrikaans)

Cole van Dais covered the 1987 Eurovision entry from Iceland HAEGT OG HLJOTT in Afrikaans as DINK AAN MY.  

EUROVISION COVER – THE BALKAN GIRLS (Afrikaans)

Cole van Dais covered the 2009 Eurovision entry from Romania in Afrikaans as SUID AFRIKAANSE MEISIES.  

EUROVISION COVER – ONLY TEARDROPS (Afrikaans/Danish)

Cole van Dais covered the 2013 Eurovision winner of Denmark ONLY TEARDROPS as WAAR IN MY WERELD IS JY – with some lines in Danish and the rest in Afrikaans.  

EUROVISION COVER – ASPRO-MAVRO (Afrikaans)

Cole van Dais covered the 1987 Eurovision entry from Cyprus ASPRO-MAVRO in Afrikaans as DIE EILAND.  

EUROVISION COVER – PEACE WILL COME (Afrikaans)

Cole van Dais covered the 2008 Eurovision entry from Georgia PEACE WILL COME as VREDE SAL KOM in Afrikaans.  

EUROVISION COVER – DRAMA QUEEN (Afrikaans)

Cole van Dais covered the 2007 Eurovision entry from Denmark DRAMA QUEEN in Afrikaans as GLANS PRINSES.  

EUROVISION COVER – LES MOTS D’AMOUR N’ONT PAS DE DIMANCHE (Afrikaans)

Cole van Dais covered the 1987 Eurovision entry from France in Afrikaans as LEEF IN MY HART.