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Muller Brandt has released a new single; a love song about one very important skill every woman should have, to be able to make perfect Braaibroodjies.


South Africa (10 March 2023) – South African braai culture is one of the best ways to socialise. You won’t find a neighbourhood anywhere, where a braai doesn’t exist. Come the weekend, everyone loves a braai and one of the best things to have is Braaibroodjies!

Crispy bread, melted cheese, buttery goodness and a hot slice of tomato (we always add a good layer of chutney or apricot jam too) – Braaibroodjies are the part of the braai we always look forward to most.

We are not surprised that there is now a love song, dedicated to the skill of making the much-loved braai toasty. Muller Brandt has released his new single “Braaibroodjies”, confirming that the way to an Afrikaner man’s heart definitely runs through his stomach!

This humorous track, which combines elements of blues, pop and rock, is about a guy who doubts whether his beautiful Crossfit-obsessed girlfriend (played by Nykie Pretorius from Op My Eish! Season 2) is the right one for him because she can’t make braaibroodjies.

“She’s beautiful and all odds are in her favour, except for the fact that she can’t make braaibroodjies and to him that is a dealbreaker,” the musician explains about the song, which was produced by Jattie de Beer of Artistry Productions.

“Braaibroodjies are synonymous to who we are as Afrikaners, and I wanted to write a song that is true to who we are. We also like to joke: ‘Can she make braaibroodjies?’, so the idea was based on that.”

In the music video, the main character then falls in love with another girl (played by the artist, Bibi) that makes the best braaibroodjies.

Photo Credit: Anne Grace Photography

Muller Brandt was born and raised in Pretoria and has been working in the music industry for the past twelve years. His dad’s love of country music ignited his own passion for singing and he has never given up on his dream to be a full-time musician.

Over the years, the thirty-year-old artist has had many career highlights, including recently winning the Ontbytsake’s songwriter’s competition for 2023.

When asked about his plan for the future, he says that he is already working on his next single and plans on spending as much time on stage as possible this year.

Take a look at the music video below, but be warned, you will probably be stopping at the shops for all the ingredients before heading home today.

Sources: Starburst Promotions – Supplied
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