‘Sweet’ success for Moorton gospel singer

Navron Chetty.

A Moorton musician and song writer will soon be releasing his debut album and encourages up and coming artists to always follow their dreams and never give up.

Twenty-seven-year-old Navron Chetty believes that ‘music in the soul can be heard by the universe’ and thanks his mother and father for always supporting him in his journey.  Chetty decided that he wanted to become a musician when he arrived at Tihillah Ministries. At the time, he was only 16-years-old.

At the age of 17, he aspired to be part of the church choir. Soon this became a reality, thanks to his father, who played numerous instruments and also his mother, who was a back-up singer in her younger days.

Chetty said that besides writing songs and being part of the choir, he began leading the praise and worship team church which brought him closer to God and his music at the same time.

In 2014, Navron completed and released his first song entitled ‘Always’, which he worked on for many years in the little time he had for himself after work and late at night.

“I have played my music at many fundraisers to help young children who are less fortunate as I believe that they should draw closer towards God. I want to have a positive impact on the community and show them that there is hope, no matter how bad the situation may be,” said the talented musician.

Aside from his ‘musical’ responsibilities, he is a dedicated worker at Bakers Biscuits where he specialises in Choc-Kits and Romany Cream biscuits. He considers himself as a humble individual who is always supportive of other people.  “My greatest achievement would be the ‘Best Basses’ award I received in 2015 at the Battle of the Bands concert,” he said.

Chetty is currently working on his debut album along with his brother, Floyd and is looking forward to it being released. He also wishes to thank his ‘spiritual parents’, Pst Colleen Chetty and Pst Collin Chetty for always guiding him.

Velancia Naidoo

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