South Africa's Mi Casa to rock Kigali tonight

You have listened or danced to catchy beats of Mi Casa band like Your Body, Chasing the Sun, La Vida and Tuale Fofofo featuring Keya’s Sauti Sol, but you haven’t been to any of their concerts or seen them perform live!
Enjoying Kigali's beautiful scenery. The multi award winning South African band is in Kigali for its first concert in the country. (Julius Bizimungu)
Enjoying Kigali's beautiful scenery. The multi award winning South African band is in Kigali for its first concert in the country. (Julius Bizimungu)

You have listened or danced to catchy beats of Mi Casa band like Your Body, Chasing the Sun, La Vida and Tuale Fofofo featuring Keya’s Sauti Sol, but you haven’t been to any of their concerts or seen them perform live! 

Well, now you have a chance to see them live on stage in Kigali for the first time. South Africa's favourite band jetted into the country yesterday and will perform at People’s Club in Kacyiru tonight, starting at 10p.m till late.

“Yes, Mi Casa is performing in Kigali tonight; they’re here for a corporate event, Africa Code Week but they wished to perform for Rwandans. People should expect to dance house music and Kwaito music from South Africa,” Bruce Intore, one of the organisers of the event said.

Intore added that it’s a pleasure for him having been able to network with one of the biggest bands on the continent, and to coordinate their show.

The trio of Dr. Duda, J'Something and Mo-T, has won several awards including the South African Music Award for Record of the Year (These Streets in 2012), South African Music Award for Highest Airplay of the Year (Heavenly Sent in 2013), South African Music Award for Best Dance Album (Su Casa, Mi Casa in 2014), and South African Music Award for Best Duo/Group of the Year.

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