Armand Joubert is a South African talented singer-songwriter and artist. His musical journey began at the age of five, revealing an early passion for the art form.

One of his notable achievements includes participating in The Voice South Africa Season 2, where his talent shone brightly. His impressive vocal range, spanning 5 octaves, caught the attention of both the audience and the judges, earning him the title of a four-chair turner. Making it into the Top 32 was a significant milestone in his budding career.

In August 2019, Armand Joubert released his debut studio album, "You're Too Theatrical," introducing audiences to his unique style and musical expression. This marked the beginning of what promises to be a noteworthy career in the South African music scene.

Inspired by a diverse range of artists, including Jessie J, Billie Eilish, Troye Sivan, Christina Aguilera, and Justin Timberlake, Joubert's musical influences contribute to the richness of his sound.

Anticipation surrounded the release of his second album, "Flamboyart," scheduled for October 2020. This hinted at the continued growth and evolution of Armand Joubert as an artist, solidifying his presence in the vibrant landscape of South African music.

Early Life

Armand Joubert was born on July 21, 1995, in Witbank, Mpumulanga, South Africa. His journey into the realm of music commenced at the tender age of 5, revealing a natural inclination towards the art form.

Growing up in a household with a strong musical influence, Joubert had the privilege of being part of a musical family. His parents played a crucial role in nurturing his passion for singing, providing unwavering support for his aspirations to become a professional artist.

Joubert had the opportunity to serve as the opening act for various notable artists, including Prime Circle, Blackbyrd, Lady Samar, Sho Madjozi, Nicolas Louw, and Ray Dylan. These experiences at a young age contributed to shaping his skills and stage presence.

In addition to his musical pursuits, Joubert followed a unique educational path. He was homeschooled from Grade 9 upwards, allowing him to focus on his passion for music while receiving personalized education.


Armand Joubert embarked on his musical journey by auditioning for The Voice South Africa Season 2. His performance of Ariana Grande's "Into You" garnered attention, making him a four-chair turner and securing his place in the Top 32 on Team Karen. This marked the beginning of his rise in the music industry.

Universal Music South Africa recognized Joubert's talent and signed him on a single-based contract. His first single, "Should I," was released on September 15, 2017. Joubert expressed the significance of the song, emphasizing the importance of staying true to oneself in the face of others' expectations.

Following the success of "Should I," Joubert continued to make waves with his second single, "So Gone," released on February 23, 2018. This radio-friendly track reached number 1 on Jacaranda FM for two weeks, solidifying Joubert's presence in the music scene.

"Sun Back," his third single, released on July 6, 2018, also achieved significant success by reaching number 1 on 5FM's Top10@10.

After parting ways with Universal Music, Joubert embraced his independence and released his first independent single, "Oh Dear," on November 30, 2018, with DBLR. Subsequent releases, such as "Burning Fire" (February 8, 2019), showcased his versatility and storytelling ability.

Joubert's debut studio album, "You're Too Theatrical," was released on August 16, 2019, debuting at number 3 on iTunes. The album featured the single "What Doesn't Kill Me Better Run," co-written with Marida Roux, infusing pop with Latin elements.

Armand Joubert's achievements extended beyond his music career. In April 2019, he won the Grand Champion award for Best Senior Male Vocalist in the South African Championship of Performing Arts (SACOPA). He also earned three gold medals in Jazz, Pop, and Rock. Representing South Africa in the World Championship of Performing Arts (WCOPA) in Los Angeles, he secured the title of Best Male Contemporary Vocalist of the World in July 2019.

Continuing to diversify his performances, Joubert collaborated with Elme Churr for an ABBA & QUEEN production, open for bookings. His journey reached another milestone on January 15, 2020, when he signed a record deal with David Gresham, marking a promising chapter in his musical career.



You're Too Theatrical (2019)

Flamboyart (2020)


Should I (2017)

So Gone (2018)

Sun Back (2018)

Oh Dear (2018)

Burning Fire (2019)

Falling featuring Evida (2019)

Letting You Go featuring MCK (2020)

Back to the 80's featuring MCK (2020)