Mi Casa perform tracks off their new release titled ' 'Familia' on #702Unplugged

Mi Casa Biography

Mi Casa is a house band based in Johannesburg, South Africa and consisting of 3 members, Dr. Duda (producer) and pianist, J'Something (vocalist and guitarist), and Mo-T (trumpeter).

The band was formed in early 2011 in Johannesburg when all three future members were at a night lounge and decided to perform together.

A few months later, they released an album titled Micasa Music, which "went gold" quickly and won several awards at the 18th Annual MTN South Africa Music Awards in 2012. In 2015 they returned with their double disc album Home Sweet Home which includes hit singles Chocolate & Barman Feat Big Nuz & Dj Tira.

DR. DUDA The music industry is nothing new to Mi Casa, the band producer Dr.Duda has been in the industry for over fifteen years, producing and DJing alongside the likes of DJ Fresh, DJ Mandla, DJ Mbuso and making hit tracks featuring talented vocalists such as RJ Benjamin, J-Something and Zodwa amongst many others.

J'SOMETHING J-Something is a talented songwriter, vocalist and masters the guitar. This sensation began reading music at the tender age of eleven and this is when he first started playing the guitar. He has also worked with a lot of producers in the past including international artists. J's zest for life and music breaths energy into the band.

MO-T Mo-T is the band’s trumpeter; he oozes with talent and lives his life through music. This talented young man comes from a musically rooted family and this is where the music bug bit him. His father, who established and played the trumpet for Mango Groove, taught him to play the trumpet at a young age and he has never looked back.


This article first appeared on 702 : Mi Casa perform tracks off their new release titled ' 'Familia' on #702Unplugged


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