Da Capo, the South African DJ and producer, has released his latest single “Umbovukazi” on Rise Music. The song is a soulful house track that features the vocals of Umbovukazi, a talented singer from Durban. The song is a tribute to the strength and beauty of African women, as well as a celebration of Da Capo’s musical roots.
“Umbovukazi” is a Zulu word that means “queen” or “lady”. Da Capo says that he chose this title because he wanted to honor the women in his life and in his culture. “They are the ones who inspire me, who support me, who teach me. They are the ones who make me who I am today,” he says. Da Capo also says that he wanted to create a song that would make people dance and feel good. “I love soulful house music because it has a lot of emotion and energy. It’s music that touches your soul and makes you move your body,” he says.
The song is part of Da Capo’s upcoming album, which is expected to be released later this year. The album will feature collaborations with other artists from South Africa and beyond, as well as some solo tracks. Da Capo says that he is excited to share his new music with his fans and with the world. “I’ve been working hard on this album for a long time. I’ve put my heart and soul into it. I hope that people will enjoy it and connect with it,” he says.
“Umbovukazi” is available to stream and download on all major platforms. You can also watch the official video on YouTube, which showcases the stunning scenery of South Africa and the vibrant culture of its people. Don’t miss this soulful house masterpiece from Da Capo and Umbovukazi!
Da Capo is not new to the music scene. He has been making waves in the house music industry since 2010, when he released his debut album “Dark Shadows”. Since then, he has released several albums and EPs, such as “Indigo Child”, “Return to the Beginning”, and “Genesys”. He has also worked with some of the biggest names in the house music scene, such as Black Coffee, Ralf Gum, Cuebur, and Sun-El Musician. He has also performed at some of the most prestigious events and festivals around the world, such as Tomorrowland, Ultra Music Festival, and AfroPunk.
Da Capo says that his musical journey has been influenced by his upbringing and his environment. He was born and raised in Polokwane, a city in the Limpopo province of South Africa. He says that he grew up listening to different genres of music, such as jazz, soul, hip hop, and kwaito. He says that he was also inspired by the sounds of nature and the rhythms of his culture. He says that he started making music when he was a teenager, using his computer and software. He says that he taught himself how to produce and DJ by watching tutorials and learning from other artists.
Da Capo says that his musical style is a fusion of different elements and influences. He says that he likes to experiment with different sounds and genres, such as afro house, deep house, tribal house, and techno. He says that he also likes to incorporate traditional instruments and vocals into his music, such as drums, flutes, guitars, and choirs. He says that his music is a reflection of his identity and his vision. “I want to make music that is authentic and original. I want to make music that is timeless and universal. I want to make music that speaks to people’s souls and makes them happy,” he says.