Black Coffee protege Da Capo joins the Oslo World line-up and Black Motion reschedules for early 2019.
Due to some unforeseen circumstances Black Motion are unable to fulfil their commitment during the Oslo World festival and we have to wait just a tad longer to get the South African DJs at Jæger, but it’s a two for one as we get Da Capo to stand in for the duo. While we’ve rescheduled Black Mortion’s appearance at Jæger for the 18th of January 2019, South African House artist Da Capo will take their place for the Oslo World festival.
A burgeoning talent on South Africa’s enduring House scene, Da Capo has been nurtured under the wing of South African House music monolith, Black Coffee, and like his peers Black Motion, he makes esoteric House music, bringing together influences from home and further abroad.
Da Capo is Nicodimas Sekheta Mogashoa is a self-taught producer & DJ who first fell in love with house music at an early age enabling him to have a good ear for music and the unmistakable ability to create blazing sounds to keep masses salivating for more. It earned him his spot amongst South Africa and the world over as a highly regarded producer at the tender age of 21.
Inspired by the biggest names in the house music industry such as Nick Holder, Zepherin Saint and Andy Compton, to name a few, Da Capo has set forth on a journey to create his mark on the House Music scene with the release of his Solo EPs released under DNH Records elevating him to the status of a household name in countries far afield and clubs around the world. Recently he’s signed a deal with Toronto based Music Label DNH Records owned by well-known DJ/Producer Nick Holder.