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Peach impresses SAs Mi Casa

SHARON MATHALA
Kereemang
Peach Kereemang might have outdone himself at his album launch last Thursday, with South African group Mi Casa saying they were impressed by the local lad and enjoyed his music.

Mi Casa later tweeted: “We out at @Botswanacraft for the album launch of Peach ... Too nice out here! #teamMiCasa”.

Mi Casa was in the country to perform at the 24th Mascom Live Sessions, before deciding to make a surprise stop at the 25-year-old’s album launch.

The former My Star finalist, Peach, launched his self-titled album at Botswanacraft where Mi Casa was spotted enjoying the show from the front row, attentively listening.

Showbiz caught up with the pint-sized Peach who said that he was humbled to see the award-winning group in the audience as he

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stepped onto the stage.

“I am humbled, very much so.  I was at a loss for words,” he said.

When asked what inspired the album Peach said, “It’s my life story, all the lyrics are based on true stories and I am very much attached to each and every single song”.

In regards to life after My Star fame, Peach said that it is a tough road and that seemed to get more and more difficult with time.

The 10-track album has singles such as Love Hate Thing, Lovesong and Mosadi amongst others.



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