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Friday, December 17, 2021

J'Something of MiCasa and wife, Cordelia Fonseca, are expecting their newborn together

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that J'Something of MiCasa and his wife, Cordelia Fonseca, are currently expecting their child together. (Read More Here).

Taking to social media, a popular South African blogger, M.M, revealed that J'Something and Cordelia Fonseca are currently expecting their newborn together. 

Biography of MiCasa:

"Mi Casa is a house trio based in Johannesburg, South Africa and consisting of three members, Dr. Duda (producer) and pianist, J'Something (vocalist and guitarist), and Mo-T (trumpeter). The band was formed in early 2011 in Johannesburg when all three future members were at a night lounge and decided to perform together.

"Mo-T's father, Kgasoane Banza, was part of the South African Afropop band Mango Groove.
J'Something is originally from Portugal. His real name is Joao da Fonseca. He moved to Port Alfred in the Eastern Cape, South Africa when he was seven years old. He was raised by his mother Maria after his parents separated. Joao completed his bachelor's degree in marketing at Stellenbosch University before moving to Johannesburg, where he was a studio manager at the SoulCandi Studios.

"Dr. Duda is responsible for the music production for the band. He was part of a gospel band at his childhood church since the age of 8, played keyboards. He got his nickname from a FL Studio plug-in called "Duda". He still uses DAW software, amongst others, including Cubase, Sony Acid, Reason, and Ableton Live."

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