Five things 2014 taught us about: Mi Casa

2014-12-24 17:00


2014 will be a year of memories for local house group, Mi Casa. This is what we learnt about J and the boys this year.

They get us dancing.

No matter how many times we hear their songs on the radio or at the club, we can’t stop dancing till our feet hurt. This year the band added the hits Turn You On and My Sugar with the legendary Ladysmith Black Mambazo.

If they don’t make it as musicians, they would make awesome politicians

Ahead of the South African Music Awards, Micasa started an aggressive campaign to get their fans (and everyone else) to vote for them. It was a campaign that included tons of interviews and even street pole adverts, but sadly no kissing of babies.

It takes a lot for them to perform

They seem simple boys but, if a Move magazine report is to be believed, hiring the band will set you back a pretty steep R80 000. Yoh! We guess we're not going to find them under our tree this Christmas.

They can cook!

Well, at very least their frontman, J Something can. J is so good at serving up a dish, that he even scored his own cooking show on TV. Now we can drool over J and his dishes all the time!

And they even perform in the kitchen


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