Miss Lissah collaborates with Kacey Moore

Miss Lissah
Miss Lissah

Local house music vocalist Boikanyo ‘Miss Lissah’ Ketlhwaafetse is in the studio with former Big Brother Africa (BBA) Hot Shots Kacey Moore.

Kacey Moore, a Ghanaian pop musician, is known for his role on BBA Hot Shots in 2014 where he was with the likes of Sheila Molelekwa.

“We met through a mutual friend,” he said. “It sounded interesting to collaborate the two genres and see what we can come up with.”

The two are working on ideas and concept on the songs they will be working on will sound like.

Moore, who only lasted for 28 days on BBA, is expected to come to Botswana where he will be working closely with Miss Lissah and marketing his music.

“We are not only going to be working on one song but it’s the beginning of a long term working relationship,” he said.

The duo will only be releasing one house track this year, which they are currently working on. It is produced by Metal Stack records in Tlokweng.

Due to the distance between these two musicians, Miss Lissah said they will be communicating through email about their recordings. Some of the songs will be in Miss Lissah’s up-coming house mix tape while the rest will be in Moore’s projects.

Moore loves playing around with sound elements. After eviction from the BBA house, he worked on a track titled Bass that had 83 bars. Normally, a musician writes between 16 and 32 bars while 64 bars is for a track, which is a collaboration.

 Miss Lissah is known for her sing along hit track Cry no more that was a collaboration with multi-award winner DJ Oats.

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