Award-winning and triple platinum selling South African house group Mi Casa, who are set to perform in Zimbabwe on March 4, say they are geared up for the show that is scheduled at the 7Arts Theatre in Harare.
Mi Casa — who had their debut Zimbabwe performance at the Harare International Festival of the Arts (Hifa) in 2013 — will be promoting their new album titled Home Sweet Home.
Lately, Zimbabwe has proved to be a favourable hunting ground for South African artists and the Mi Casa trio of J-Something, Dr Duda and Mo-T are no exception.
“What’s going on Zimbabwe, Harare? It’s us, it’s been a long time, Mi Casa and we got some good news for you guys. We can’t wait to catch you guys on March 4 at 7 Arts Theatre, Harare… here we come. It’s the launch of our brand new album, Home Sweet Home, so brand new music just for you guys. Go and get your ticket. It’s gonna be fire!” the group said on its official Facebook page.
Mi Casa will be supported by Mokoomba and Bryan Kadengu.
Xtratime Entertainment who are organising the show said tickets are selling like hot cakes and were optimistic that they will have a sold-out show.
“We have sold nearly a quarter of our tickets. Tickets are available at all Reflections Gift Card branches [Cnr 2nd Street/Jason Moyo Avenue, Avondale Shopping Centre and Sam Levy Village],” said Tonderai Mwaita of Xtratime Entertainment.
Fresh from a global tour that saw them perform in Europe and North American, Mi Casa seem to have captured the hearts of many in Africa, Zimbabweans included.
Home Sweet Home is a double CD album packed with 25 hit tracks and features talented stars like Cassper Nyovest, Big Nuz, DJ Tira, Lady Smith Black Mambazo, Euphonik and Kenyan super group, Sauti Sol.
Now operating under a new record label, 34 Music, Mi Casa entered the music arena following their debut album titled Micasa Music in 2011, which contained the hit single These Streets.
It was followed by other hits such as Heavenly Sent and La Vida.