Cape Flats News (Cape Town)

25 February 2013

South Africa: Ben Caesar Latest Single 'Sunday Times' Music Video Release

A new soundtrack to Sundays Caesar says "Sunday Times is a document of how we do a Sunday in Cape Town summer. From rise to sunset, friends, food, views and that special vibe that only Sundays can bring."

Born on the Caribbean island of Dominica, and having lived in Amsterdam, St Lucia and London before settling in South Africa while travelling to Montreal, New York, Switzerland respectively. Now launching his music career in Cape Town, Caesar has a wealth of personal experience that shines through in his lyrics. And a mix of many influences that he fuses to his textured sound.

No stranger to the stage, having performed in London, Manchester and Paris, as well as the premiere venues and festivals in the country such as Kitcheners in Joburg, Origin in Durban, in Cape Town he has graced Trinity, Assembly, Mercury, ZulaBar, the Winter Wonderland at Cape Town stadium and Synergy music festival with the legendary reggae band the Rudimentals.

Caesar has recently come from a year and a half national tour with the highly popular 'Madame Zingara - Love Magic Tour', a 420-seat travelling dinner theatre that has been enjoying full houses since 2007.

In October 2012 off his album Le Tigra produced by electro extrodinaire Ross Gabriel, Ben Caesar had great success with the single 'Get Wild'. Which is a call to the liberation of women's individual sexuality, with the track playlisted on YFM, Highveld Stereo, MotheoFM, GoodHopeFM, Rhodes Music Radio and UJFM.

Most recently he wrapped his music video for the single 'Sunday Times' which has been buzzing on the streets of Cape Town.

A true soundtrack to Sundays 'Sunday Times' is a document of how Caesar spends a Sunday in Cape Town with his friends.

Sunday Times will be released as a single and music video for the public on March 3rd

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