Nianell’s new album finally here
The multi-award winning and talented singer-songwriter Nianell has just released her seventh album ‘Just Be’.
As usual, the popular singer shifts boundaries with her brilliant compositions, passionate interpretations and inspirational lyrics. She held her CD launch at the Atterbury Theatre on Monday evening where many people came to support her.
Nianell’s Just Be album features 15 songs, 11 of which are new, original compositions. The album also features four well-known favourites which include Karen Carpenter’s We’ve Only Just Begun, Lionel Ritchie’s moving ballad Hello, the duo Simon and Garfunkel’s Sound of Silence as well as Cat Steven’s Morning Has Broken. Nianell specifically chose these four songs, because she grew up with them and they all have a special meaning for her. She manages to give each of these classics her own interpretation.
With Just Be, Nianell comes full circle, she returns to her roots and the style of her first two albums, Who Painted the Moon? and the double Sama-award winning Angel Tongue.
The number seven is a significant spiritual number in Nianell’s life. “The number seven is prevalent in cycles of my life. I am 42 years old (6 x 7) and this is my seventh album. My triplets Kaeley, Jade and Tayden celebrated their seventh birthday on 30 July this year. The new cycle also indicates changes and new challenges in my life,” she explains.
Just Be is a soulful and inspirational album that will appeal to a wide audience. The exceptionally talented Nianell is ready to take listeners on a brand new, spiritual journey to explore and discover brand new horizons.
Kevin Leo en Elizma Brink.
Barries Bothma and Gert Oosthuizen.
Hanlie Nell, Claudia Engelbrecht and Riaan Grobler.
Ilana van Wyk and Estelle Pienaar.
Judie Bosch who celeberated her 72nd birthday at Nianell's launch, with daughter Amelia Hayward.
Ilana van der Merwe, Yvette Botha, Magdie Raats and Glen Niemanel.
Niléta Prinsloo and Innike Scorgie.
Steven, Jenny, Maggie, Marie Sonet en Gert Sonnekus from The PR Collective.
Michelle Ayden and Cohen Miller from M.A.D.
Jacques and Alani Coetzee from Celebrity Tweets.
Eugenie van Aswegen and Simone van Rensburg.