PRESS RELEASE: 1 March 2018 |

The INTERNATIONALLY released South African born singer – Kobus Muller​, is back with yet another brand-new hot single inspired by the popular 90’s animation movie – The Lion King​.

Kobus Muller is the former winner of the popular South African TV singing competition – Supersterre, and currently signed to the European record label giant – Nextereo Records.

Can You Feel The Love Tonight portrays the beautifully toned classical side of Kobus Muller’s voice. The song was produced by Kobus Muller with a blend of the original soundtrack and Celtic Woman​, with a hint of his own style. Can You Feel The Love Tonight was scheduled for international release on the 28th of February 2018. The same day that Sir Elton John, the composer and original singer of this song, announced his retirement from touring. The single is currently available on all online stores and streaming services and already making its way to the top on the iTunes charts. When asked why this particular song, Kobus Muller’s response were: “I have always enjoyed The Lion King as it formed part of my childhood. This was definitely one of the songs that stood out above the rest. I also have a huge admiration for Sir Elton John’s voice and I feel very honored to have received the opportunity to do my own version of the song”
Following the success of his previous album – Summer’s Leaving (2017), a new Afrikaans album is also being planned for Kobus Muller and will be released later this year.
For any album inquiries please send an e-mail to:
Press Release issued by: Nextereo Records​

Record Label – Nextereo Records
Composers – Elton John​, Tim Rice.
Publisher – Walt Disney Music Publishing
Barcode – 192562153451
ISRC – ZA2PK1800001
Duration – 03:57
© 2018 Nextereo Records

Distributed by Nextereo Distribution

Get the song on Apple Music​, Google Play​, Deezer, simfyafrica, JOOX South Africa, Spotify, and all other leading digital platforms.


Google Play Music​​



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