After almost 20 years NADINE stands for quality, inspiration, energy, style and motivation. The youngster surprised young and old with “Krappies & Krefies” when she was only 13. Five years later she recorded the legendary “Kaapse Draai”, a song that became an evergreen hit in the Afrikaans music industry. More hits of the teenage superstar followed.
In 2008 international doors opened with a massive “This Time I Know” album that was recorded in Sweden and released in Germany, China, South Africa and worldwide via iTunes! Nádine is the first South African to win the annual World Peace Song Festival with the title track of the album when she beat Coldplay and Ladyhawke in 2010.
Her stunning live performances quickly caused a buzz, also in theatre... Early 2012 Nádine was nominated for the South African Theatre awards as the leading lady Mary Magdalene in “Jesus Christ Superstar”. Shortly after she was invited by top Afrikaans drama and theatre producer Deon Opperman, to play the lead role in the musical “Lied Van My Hart” opposite Steve Hofmeyr and Elzabe Zietsman to 1 500 people in the State Theatre Pretoria for two months.
Inspired by top performances at the biggest music festivals, "Innibos" and “KKNK”, international shows as well as the amazing "Skouspel" productions, Nádine recorded two brand new amazing albums. One for her home market, “Skildery” in Afrikaans, as well as an English album, recorded in London, made to surprise nations all over the world. Both are pop albums with a touch of rock and a flavour of electro!
With her local album Nádine took the chart position in the Afrikaans music again with the hit song “Skildery” which reached the #1 position on every radio station nationwide specifically on Jacaranda FM. The album was nominated for two GHOEMA awards and a SAMA (South African Music Awards)! Less then three months after the #1 position with “Skildery” Nádine did it all over again, May 2015, with the massive ballad of the album : “Tyd”. In 2015 Nádine was also awarded the Red Carpet Glamour Celebrity of the classy Afrikaans magazine SARIE and the duet song with Susan Boyle was the highlight of Skouspel at the FNB Stadium in Johannesburg.
In between her music career Nádine is the presenter of the tv show “Musiek Roulette”, that aired on national television, everyFriday night on SABC2. May 2016 she has the leading roll in a brand new Afrikaans pantomime that comes to life on stage at Emperors Palace... “Skin white as snow, lips red as blood, and hair black as ebony…”, that is Nádine as Snow White. A new album will be released in 2016.