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Da Capo

Last Night a DJ Saved My Life

 

Continuing my South African house music Odessa with Da Capo aka Nicodimas Sekheta Mogashoa, a producer and DJ who has earned a name amongst South Africa’s best. Names such as Ralf Gum, Osunlade, Boddhi Satva and more have spoken highly of his talents.

 

Inspired by names such as Nick Holder, Zepherin Saint and Andy Compton (read his interview here),  Da Capo has a goal to leave his mark on the house music scene. The release of his solo EPs under DNH Records imprint (the Toronto based label owned by his inspiration Nick holder) has elevated his name both home and away already.

 

The name “Da Capo” means “return to the beginning” in Italian and fell in love with the name because it simply defines the kind of music that he creates.

 

Da Capo has shared the stage with Dj’s including Rocco Rodomaal, Nick Holder and numerous others and has been a constant feature on top 10 lists on various digital stores with additions most notably to Dj Tipz (Handz on Heat) top ten released on a weekly basis on Traxsource.

 

2013 saw him release Surreal Sounds’ debut project “Surreal Selections Vol. 1” where he worked with producer Punk Mbedzi. DJ Swizz mixed the album. Da Capo went on and released his long awaited first solo studio album in 2014 working with Soulstar, Clara Hill, Rona Ray, Andyboi to name a few. It’s clear that Da Capo is here to stay and won’t be slowing down anytime soon.

 

Da Capo was nominated at the 2019 DJ Awards in Ibiza alongside fellow South African nominees Black Coffee, Da Capo, Culoe De Song, Hyenah, Themba and Floyd Lavine – all internationally recognised DJs who are proving that South Africa is one of the biggest players in the house scene around the world.

 

Asked how he felt about being nominated in the Afro House category at Ibiza’s DJ Awards he said, “It’s a challenge for me because these are people that I feel are bigger than me or my brand in Europe. I must say this is a very heavy category for someone who is starting to be known in Europe. So I'm definitely looking forward to it and I am giving the guys a challenge for the competition.”

 

Ranked No.10 in the 2019 Top 100 Afro House chart on Traxsource further proves his credentials as a huge name in South Africa, and further afield and a name to watch in 2020.

 

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Da Capo

Last Night a DJ Saved My Life

 

Continuing my South African house music Odessa with Da Capo aka Nicodimas Sekheta Mogashoa, a producer and DJ who has earned a name amongst South Africa’s best. Names such as Ralf Gum, Osunlade, Boddhi Satva and more have spoken highly of his talents.

 

Inspired by names such as Nick Holder, Zepherin Saint and Andy Compton (read his interview here),  Da Capo has a goal to leave his mark on the house music scene. The release of his solo EPs under DNH Records imprint (the Toronto based label owned by his inspiration Nick holder) has elevated his name both home and away already.

 

The name “Da Capo” means “return to the beginning” in Italian and fell in love with the name because it simply defines the kind of music that he creates.

 

Da Capo has shared the stage with Dj’s including Rocco Rodomaal, Nick Holder and numerous others and has been a constant feature on top 10 lists on various digital stores with additions most notably to Dj Tipz (Handz on Heat) top ten released on a weekly basis on Traxsource.

 

2013 saw him release Surreal Sounds’ debut project “Surreal Selections Vol. 1” where he worked with producer Punk Mbedzi. DJ Swizz mixed the album. Da Capo went on and released his long awaited first solo studio album in 2014 working with Soulstar, Clara Hill, Rona Ray, Andyboi to name a few. It’s clear that Da Capo is here to stay and won’t be slowing down anytime soon.

 

Da Capo was nominated at the 2019 DJ Awards in Ibiza alongside fellow South African nominees Black Coffee, Da Capo, Culoe De Song, Hyenah, Themba and Floyd Lavine – all internationally recognised DJs who are proving that South Africa is one of the biggest players in the house scene around the world.

 

Asked how he felt about being nominated in the Afro House category at Ibiza’s DJ Awards he said, “It’s a challenge for me because these are people that I feel are bigger than me or my brand in Europe. I must say this is a very heavy category for someone who is starting to be known in Europe. So I'm definitely looking forward to it and I am giving the guys a challenge for the competition.”

 

Ranked No.10 in the 2019 Top 100 Afro House chart on Traxsource further proves his credentials as a huge name in South Africa, and further afield and a name to watch in 2020.

 

portrait image of Da Capo

Da Capo

Last Night a DJ Saved My Life

 

Continuing my South African house music Odessa with Da Capo aka Nicodimas Sekheta Mogashoa, a producer and DJ who has earned a name amongst South Africa’s best. Names such as Ralf Gum, Osunlade, Boddhi Satva and more have spoken highly of his talents.

 

Inspired by names such as Nick Holder, Zepherin Saint and Andy Compton (read his interview here),  Da Capo has a goal to leave his mark on the house music scene. The release of his solo EPs under DNH Records imprint (the Toronto based label owned by his inspiration Nick holder) has elevated his name both home and away already.

 

The name “Da Capo” means “return to the beginning” in Italian and fell in love with the name because it simply defines the kind of music that he creates.

 

Da Capo has shared the stage with Dj’s including Rocco Rodomaal, Nick Holder and numerous others and has been a constant feature on top 10 lists on various digital stores with additions most notably to Dj Tipz (Handz on Heat) top ten released on a weekly basis on Traxsource.

 

2013 saw him release Surreal Sounds’ debut project “Surreal Selections Vol. 1” where he worked with producer Punk Mbedzi. DJ Swizz mixed the album. Da Capo went on and released his long awaited first solo studio album in 2014 working with Soulstar, Clara Hill, Rona Ray, Andyboi to name a few. It’s clear that Da Capo is here to stay and won’t be slowing down anytime soon.

 

Da Capo was nominated at the 2019 DJ Awards in Ibiza alongside fellow South African nominees Black Coffee, Da Capo, Culoe De Song, Hyenah, Themba and Floyd Lavine – all internationally recognised DJs who are proving that South Africa is one of the biggest players in the house scene around the world.

 

Asked how he felt about being nominated in the Afro House category at Ibiza’s DJ Awards he said, “It’s a challenge for me because these are people that I feel are bigger than me or my brand in Europe. I must say this is a very heavy category for someone who is starting to be known in Europe. So I'm definitely looking forward to it and I am giving the guys a challenge for the competition.”

 

Ranked No.10 in the 2019 Top 100 Afro House chart on Traxsource further proves his credentials as a huge name in South Africa, and further afield and a name to watch in 2020.