Sho’t Left and explore your own country

2016-03-16 06:00
SOUTH AFRICA’S favourite trio, Micasa, have kicked off their Sho’t Left Tour around South Africa. Five lucky winners had the chance to join the band and they also visited Naval Hill. From the left are Kagisho Moleme (winner), Nomathemba Nkabi (winner), lead vocalist J-Something, trumpet player Mo-T, Msizi Sigasa (winner), Ignatious Makoaela (winner), Connie Letsoela (winner) and music producer, Dr Duda.

SOUTH AFRICA’S favourite trio, Micasa, have kicked off their Sho’t Left Tour around South Africa. Five lucky winners had the chance to join the band and they also visited Naval Hill. From the left are Kagisho Moleme (winner), Nomathemba Nkabi (winner), lead vocalist J-Something, trumpet player Mo-T, Msizi Sigasa (winner), Ignatious Makoaela (winner), Connie Letsoela (winner) and music producer, Dr Duda.

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SOUTH AFRICAN TOURISM, in partnership with South Africa’s favourite trio, Micasa, visited the City of Roses during the second leg of their Sho’t Left Tour.

Micasa, consisting of vocalist J-Something, music producer Dr Duda and trumpet player Mo-T, took a Sho’t Left to Bloemfontein where they visited some of the locals’ hot spots.

The trio sampled local cuisine at a famous drinking hub called The Thouts, embedded in the Batho Location while mingling with a bevy of fans who had come to meet the “Jika” celebrities.

The band recently released their double-disc album, Home Sweet Home, which has hit tracks featuring some of South Africa’s hottest acts, such as DJ Euphonik, Bug Nuz and DJ Tira.

J-Something mentioned that they had discussed touring South Africa almost two years ago and now they finally had the chance to do it.

He adds that their latest album, #HomeSweetHome, is all about home and that is why they decided to tour their home country.

“Exploring South Africa should start with South Africans themselves and this tour is simply an extension of our album.”

The following day saw them make their way to the De Oude Kraal Country Estate and Spa where they enjoyed a 4x4 drive and enjoyed some “boerekos” before heading back to Bloemfontein.

South African Tourism and Micasa encourage South Africans to first explore the beauty of their own country before wandering off to other countries.

South Africa is a unique country rich in culture, heritage and diversity.

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