by Peace Agyare
Serving us an anticipation of their forthcoming album this yea, South African house band trio group, Mi Casa delivers a brand new single titled “Toca“.
The new classic tune features the vocal support of Jay EM.
This is a come back tune after their previously heard track titled “Give You Love”
Kindly download, stream and listen to audio below:
PROFILE OF MI CASA
Mi Casa is a house couple or band in Johannesburg, South Africa and comprising of three individuals, Dr. Duda (maker) and musician, J’Something (vocalist and guitarist), and Mo-T (trumpeter). The band was framed in mid 2011 in Johannesburg when every one of the three future individuals were at a night parlor and chose to perform together. A couple of months after the fact, they discharged a collection titled Micasa Music, which “went gold” rapidly and won a few honors at the eighteenth Annual MTN South Africa Music Awards in 2012. In 2015 they came back with their twofold plate collection Home Sweet Home which incorporates hit singles Chocolate and Barman including Big Nuz and DJ Tira. In August 2017 they discharged their fourth studio collection Familia after about disbanding four months earlier.
Achievement of Mi Casa
The band got a ton of consideration from the general population in late 2011. Their hit single “These Streets” was taken from the collection Mi Casa. which displayed the interesting urban jazz sound of the band. It was not some time before the band was on each real South African radio and music video diagram at number 1, where it stayed for a considerable length of time. The band proceeded to open for various real universal acts, including The Layabouts, Reel People, Tortured Soul, and YMCMB’s Canadian hip jump recording craftsman Drake.
Their second single from the collection, “Sublime Sent”, additionally made each significant South African radio and music video graph, and earned them South African Music Awards (SAMA) designations for “Best Dance Album”, “Collection of the Year”, “Gathering of the Year”, “Newcomer of the Year”, and “Record of the Year”. Mi Casa’s Newcomer of the Year assignment was mett with discussion when a few people referenced that the gathering’s maker, Dr. Duda, was obviously not another craftsman. This single was remixed by Charles Webster, denoting the main worldwide acknowledgment for the band.
The band proceeded to discharge their third single, “La Vida”, which incorporated a 3-D enlivened music video. This track was remix by British house maker, Atjazz.
In 2014, the band performed at Ultra Music Festival in South Africa on the Soul Candi organize. The gathering’s evaluated total assets as of November 2014 has been put by South African Revenue Service (SARS) at US$22 million. They have been namedd at the MTV Africa Music Awards (MTV MAMAs) in 2014 and 2016.
Mo-T’s dad, Kgasoane Banza, was a piece of the South African Afropop band Mango Groove.
J’Something is initially from Portugal. His genuine name is Joao da Fonseca. He moved to Port Alfred in the Eastern Cape, South Africa when he was seven years of age. He was raise by his mom Maria after his folks isolated. Joao finished his four year college education in promoting at Stellenbosch University before moving to Johannesburg, where he was a studio supervisor at the SoulCandi Studios.
Dr. Duda is in charge of the music creation for the band. He was a piece of a gospel band at his youth church since the age of 8, played consoles. He got his moniker from a FL Studio module called “Duda”. Despite everything he utilizes DAW programming, among others, including Cubase, Sony Acid, Reason, and Ableton Live.
Mi Casa (2011)
Su Casa (2013)
Ah, it feels good to be back home (2015)
Peace Agyare loves to write and is addicted to reading. She is a staff at Ghaflagh.com & ghafla.com/music/ A well bred journalist with a flair for entertainment, society and arts. She loves covering events and reporting personalities for the public consumption.
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June 5, 2020
June 5, 2020
June 5, 2020