Afro-house DJ and record producer, Nicodimas Sekheta Mogashoa, known as Da Capo is back with the latest new Dance EP Bakone. Bakone means People from the North and Da Capo’s latest work pays homage to his roots.
The 31-year-old hails from Seshego Zone 3, outside Polokwane. Over the years, he has become a global sensation in the dance music scene.
The self-taught producer and DJ first fell in love with house music at an early age, giving him a good ear for music and the unmistakable ability to create blazing sounds to keep waiting for more.
This also earned him a spot among the best DJs in South Africa and abroad. He is undoubtedly one of South Africa’s best when it comes to producing house music. At the age of 20-year, he signed his first recording deal with HN Records and began to solidify his presence in the Afro-house music scene with remixes and hit singles.
This multi-award-winning DJ and producer continually pushes the boundaries of the genre with his distinctive and captivating sense of groove, mesmerizing melodies, and ability to breathe new life into songs through his remixes, which have garnered him many accolades.
DA CAPO SPEAKS ON EAGERLY AWAITED NEW EP, BAKONE
“This EP marks the commencement of an extensive global tour, further solidifying his impact on the music industry across continents,” said Da Capo.
“Kicking off the EP is the pre-add track, Molili, release on June 23. Initially conceived by myself and Batundi, the song took shape with Lokau Kanza’s captivating hook.
“To infuse an authentic African essence, Batundi enlisted the talents of Nana Attah. His stellar performance and poignant lyrics gave the track a whole new depth and meaning,” he said.
The highly anticipated EP serves as a preview to his upcoming full album which is set to be released in late 2023. With a focus on the future of Afrotech, Bakone exudes power and is crafted for club enthusiasts.
The EP features carefully selected hidden gems from Da Capo’s repertoire and includes collaborations with renowned artists such as Batundi, Nana Attah, Lokau Kanza, and Da Africa Deep.