MiCasa Enjoy Their Stay At Sheraton Kampala Hotel

 

On Sunday afternoon the celebrated South African music group, MiCasa jetted into Uganda for their major act in Kampala at the recently concluded Blankets and Wines 13th Edition. The group that is well known for their hit songs “Tulale FoFoFo” and “Jika” checked into their rooms at Sheraton Kampala Hotel on Sunday night after their electric performance.

 

While speaking to the group’s singer J’Something, he remarked that he loved the weather in Uganda, the love from their fans, the beautiful ladies and enjoyed their stay at Sheraton Hotel. They loved the local food, amazing scenery of the city from the top of Sheraton Hotel.

 

“We are very grateful to be in Uganda and we love the awesome treatment we have received from Sheraton Kampala Hotel and not forgetting the organizers of Blankets and Wines. We loved the energy and love our fans showed us. It was humbling and exciting to watch the crowd dance and sing along our songs. There is no better moment for any artist than seeing fans enjoying your music.” He commented.

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The house music band is made up of three adorable guys; J’Something, Mo-T and Dr. Duda who bring together an excellent blend of vibes to produce amazing music. The group has won several awards and most recently Best Dance album, Group of the year and Record of the year in the South African Music Awards among many others.

 

“We are very privileged to have hosted MiCasa at Sheraton and I am grateful to hear that they enjoyed themselves while at Sheraton. We take this as positive feedback and we shall continue to keep up the undisputable service. I also want to take this opportunity to thank the organizers – House of DJs, for choosing Sheraton to partner and host MiCasa.” said Sheraton’s Public Relations Manager Ms. Jacqueline Nalubega.

 

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MiCasa promised to keep making good Music and also revealed that they are doing some collaborations with some Ugandan artists. They further confirmed that this is not the last time Uganda is seeing them but will be back soon.