SPAR Carols by Candlelight: Jo Black’s most-watched music videos

SPAR Carols by Candlelight: Jo Black’s most-watched music videos

Get ready to be entertained by the award-winning Jo Black at the SPAR Carols by Candlelight brought to you by Jacaranda FM on December 9. 

Jo Black during lockdown

One of the most prominent Afrikaans singers in South Africa is the talented Jo Black. 

He not only entertains but is passionate about building a better society and helping the youth.

He founded the 'Be That Guy / Be That Girl' organisation, which is aimed at putting a stop to bullying. 

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According to the organisation’s website, the charity promotes integrity, respect, honor, leadership, positivity, and building each other up among the youth toward their peers.

The 38-year-old has been in the music industry for a few years but has achieved greatness. He is an amazing vocalist who has become a household name in South Africa, thanks to his incredible musical talent.

He released the album ‘Voel Jy Die Genade’ in 2019. The title track of the album received more than one-million views within a week of being uploaded on YouTube. It also achieved gold status within ten days of release. Even his single ‘Ship’, which was released in 2016, received one-million views in less than six months of being uploaded on YouTube. 

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Let's look at five of his most-watched music videos in preparation to the Spar Carols by Candlelight on Wednesday 9 December, where he will be performing. 

Jo Black’s five-hit songs


'Bring Die Hoop Weer Terug'

'Voel Jy Die Genade'


'Die Vrou Wat Ek Liefhet'

Tune in to Carols by Candlelight at 6PM on Wednesday, 9 December, on 

The artists performing are; Tarryn Lamb, Karen Zoid, Swing City, Matthew Mole, Elandre, Riana Nel, Charlize Berg, Tasche Burger, Jo Black, and the Soweto Gospel Choir.

The event is free to stream, and donations will be collected during the concert to aid Good Morning Angels in gifting toys to children across the country.

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