I can only Imagine Album launch December 2016 CHeltenham UK
Welcome to white Uaeta,
Trougott Uahakua Uaeta was born on June 22,1984, in Omaruru, Namibia.
He began playing the keyboard at in his early 20s and soon after he started writing his own songs.
Although his parents are still living, Ms Batseba Uaeta and Mr Gerson Hipose; he was brought up by his lovely Grandmother Jesophine Tjiurutue in a typical middle class environment of the 80's.
Trougott Uahakua Uaeta attended school in Omaruru where he mixed with the wrong kind of friends and got into trouble. In 2003 in Uis - a small town in Erongo region, Namibia, missionaries visited Uis and he was touched by The Holy Spirit. Subsequently his life was completely changed.
Trougott Uahakua Uaeta is a beautiful person, blessed with an incredible gift. He is an amazing entertainer and always giving back to his followers. A most gifted tenor with a range that will bring tears to audiences from the first note to the last.
In 2005 he founded New Generation Gospel Crew of which he was the lead singer. In 2015 New Generation's songs were nominated in two categories for Namibia's elite music awards (Namas ). In 2014 he attended a music course in Bloemfontein South Africa. Trougott Uahakua Uaeta is now recording his solo album in London UK.
This talented vocalist and songwriter , Trougott Uahakua Uaeta, writes songs that embrace Christianity - reflecting the way young Christians lead life. His songs also encourage fellow believers to persevere as far as Christianity is concerned.
Most of his songs in his previous albums are in Otjiherero language as well as English. He also incorporates elements of different musical traditions , giving his music a distinctive style.
Trougott Uahakua Uaeta now records 90% of his songs are in English.
According to Trougott Uahakua Uaeta , The Holy Spirit inspired him to write songs and as a result today he is one of the most sought after artists in Africa.
Next Live concert is on Saturday 29th July in Walsal Goldmine Centre
Next they are off to Nambia on the 30th of July 2017.