March 22, 2014

Gino Brown and the African princess of house to perform on #BBMzansi

We would never leave you high and dry without having the best in Mzansi's music talent performing on the Live Show. Why would this week be any different? Introducing Bucie, Princess of House and vocalist, Gino Brown.

New York City, New Jersey, London, Manchester, Paris, Portugal, these are just a few international metropolitan cities that have been wowed by Bucie, the Princess of House.

Born as Busisiwe Nolubabalo Nqwiliso in 1987, like any young girl, Bucie loved to sing, led the church choir and belted out tunes whenever she could, this girl was born for the stage. Her dream turned flipside and into reality when she was introduced to Thandukwazi Demor Sikhosana, a South African music producer and co-owner of Demor Music. 

Demor was a music lecturer at Central Johannesburg College, where Bucie was a music student and he was looking for a female artist to sign, Demor chose Bucie as his girl and so successful was the union that Bucie now co-owns Demor music.

Bucie's supernova moment was her offering, 'Turn Me on' which earned her international success following a class collaboration with Black Coffee. 
The chemistry between these two was electric, spurring a second collaboration and producing the seminal hit 'Superman', it topped the charts and cleaned up at the SAMAs, MTV BASE and the 2011 Miami Winter Music Conference Awards.

Riding on this wave of success, Bucie's album 'Princess of House' was met with critical acclaim when launched in London and led her to embark on a mini whirlwind American and European tour.

Bucie embodies all that is beautiful, South African and woman, watch out world, Bucie's going to get ya! Listen out for Bucie's latest hit single that's killing the airwaves 'Easy to Love'

One's a lonely number, keeping Bucie company on the Big Brother Mzansi stage is DJ, music producer and song writer Gino Brown.

Gino grew up with a musical ear and was introduced to musical greats like Brenda Russell and Jonathan Butler at an early age. His music changing moment was when he was bar-tending at Stoep 15 and the legendary Harrison Crump was on the decks. 

Gino Brown was privileged to have the opportunity to chat with the man and Harrison agreed to let Gino sing on his track 'The Movement' which enjoyed success on a major South African radio station.

This led to Gino being signed to Hump Records, Gino is now Harrison's official DJ and has since worked with Tuks, AB Craze and Bongani Fassie. The mantra to his success? "Without a passion there is no point".


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