5 min with Mi Casa’s Mo-T


He’s the trumpeter of one of the SA’s greatest bands, Mi Casa. We catch up with Moshe ‘Mo-T’ Kgasoane about his future plans.

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Tell us about your childhood.

I grew up in Alexandra and had the best childhood memories. I loved wearing my dad's shoes from the when I was young. Little did i know that I would follow his in his musical footsteps.

What drew you to music?

My late dad inspired me to play music and this was from his role as a trumpeter in a band called Mango Groove.

Why the trumpet?

It has a unique sound and it's a powerful instrument.

Did you always want to do be in the music industry?

I’ve always wanted to do dance music and be a part of a group.

Did you expect Mi Casa to be this big?

Yes I did, especially because of the style of music we do and the message we have.

Would you consider doing a solo project?

I will not be going solo and I’m madly in love with my group Mi Casa.

How do you keep a happy family life?

I always remember how far I have come to achieve what I have through music, so I respect my family and stay grounded. But I also have mad love for my fans.

In the group, who is the crazy one, Mr serious and enjoys their sleep?

J’Something is the most creative in the group, Dr Duda is Mr Serious and I love sleeping!

What’s the band currently busy with?

We’re working on new music to be released very soon!

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