Don’t Wanna Be Your Friend ft Mi Casa, reaches all-time high
Cape Town, South Africa (February 14, 2017) – CSA announced SA’s top House DJ, Euphonik, along with fellow house contemporaries Mi Casa, have yet again proved themselves as chart-topping luminaries reaching eight time platinum status with the mega-hit, Don’t Wanna be your friend.
The single which debuted in December 2015, instantly reached the iTunes’ top 3, after which it shot to number 1 on all SA’s major radio station playlists and then became the most Shazamed song in South Africa with 5.5 million downloads. Thus, securing its official place as the most downloaded song of 2015/2016. The hit still continues to flourish!
Internationally, Euphonik and Mi Casa’s collaboration on Don’t Wanna Be Your Friend has garnered them great acclaim, igniting dance floors the world over from Miami to Ibiza, and most recently Australia when it hit the Melbourne airwaves with chart-topping results.
“It’s every artist’s dream to receive international recognition. I’m honoured to have had the opportunity to collaborate with award winning African artists such as Mi Casa and to take this unique sound experience to a global level,” says Euphonik, “Persistence and talent always pays off, but ultimately I’m humbled by this achievement and would not have been able to do this without my amazing fans.”
Similarly Mi Casa frontman, J’Something adds “What a milestone for us. A huge thank you to all our fans! We are nothing without people!”
With a career spanning two decades, 13 studio albums and a plethora of accolades Don’t Wanna Be Your Friend is the first single Euphonik released under management of Celebrity Services Africa.
“We’re very excited and proud of Euphonik’s success. We look forward to further develop his vision in 2017 – not only across Africa but around the globe,” says executive director of CSA, Davin Phillips.
Euphonik fans can look forward to two new singles – in collaboration with top African artists – set to drop next month as well as a brand new album out end of March.