Ex Big Brother Africa Hotshots housemate and award winning songwriter and poet, Kacey Moore, is currently working on a new piece he calls “Etee” — a Ga word which literally means “gone”. “Etee” is a beautiful love song written, composed and arranged by Kacey Moore.
The song is about two people who fell in love at first sight but never got to see each other again. However they both believed they will be together someday and so they waited and waited and waited. Did they find each other eventually? Well, the story will unfold when the song is released.
The duet which is backed by an acoustic guitar played by Jason Shaw has soothing melodies and harmonies sung by the incredibly gifted Laami of MTN Project Fame Africa season 7 and Kacey Moore himself.
Kacey performs a Ga poem in the third verse of the song — the first time he will write and perform a poem in the Ga dialect.
Asked why he hasn’t released the song yet, Kacey told Thinkghmusic.com “I want to release it together with a video so my fans will have to wait for it”. He also mentioned that he is in talks with some video directors and they will soon hit the ground running.
Kacey Moore recently released a world class African themed music video for his song “Bass”.
Kacey Moore has also been nominated for an award at this year’s Ghana Awards in South Africa. You can vote Kacey Moore to win the “Music Artiste of the Year” award by going to www.ghanaawardssa.co.za/vote.
Watch “Bass” music video below.