As “Turn Me on” and ”Ngicel’indoda” became massive hits and toped the chards locally and abroad on digital platforms and released by her co-owned label Demor Music the future certainly looks bright for BUCIE.

Loaded with the vocal capabilities, sumptuous looks and captivating moves, she has really transformed into a new jewel of South African music industry.

Born as Busisiwe Nolubabalo Nqwiliso in 1987 in Kimberly, Bucie was like any other teenage girls of her age growing up in her home town Klerksdorp who attended high school and loved to sing for fun
together with some friends and led the local church choir and participated in a number of arts programs. It all began to change drastically after she was introduced to Thandukwazi “Demor”
Sikhosana”, a South African music producer who is also the co-owner of Demor Music. Demor, the then music lecturer at Central Johannesburg College, where Bucie was a music student, was looking for a female artist t sign to a newly formed record Label (Demor Music) where Bucie later bought shares and now co-owns. A friend of hers recommended her to Demor and after a quick audition in one of the school’s offices, The producer knew he had found more than just the voice he was looking for - ”this was a full package. Label owner and producer, Demor, says it was a combination of things that made him sign Bucie to his label. “It was a combination of beauty,talent, amazing vocal ability and personality. From that I could just see a superstar,” he enthuses. “It’s rare to find an artist who encompasses all these qualities. ” Most of these came in handy during the recording of the album. Demor says that it was easy to work with Bucie.Bucie’s second offering entitled “Turn Me on” earned Bucie her international success following class collaboration with Black Coffee released and licensed to a German based Label GOGO MUSIC, withremixes by renowned House music producers and remixers such as Ralf Gum, Raw Artistic Soul with no1 selling single on Track source. 2010 saw Demor Music collaborating with Soulistic music once more as Bucie and Black Coffee brought their magic again with their smash world wide hit Superman which topped the charts, and earned the duo award nominations such as SAMA, MTV BASE, METRO and 2011 Winter Music Conference Awards (Miami) This is a classic Bucie album by far as she has cemented her voice and presence in the music industry, the album is a potpourri of Soulful House, Soul, Afro-Beat and R&B On this project Bucie collaborated with artists such as Zakes Bantwini(Do You) Bongani Nchang (Malaika) (Over yourself) Demor Sikhosana (Induku enhle)Producers on Princess of House include Abicah Soul, Black Coffee, Demor Sikhosana, Sun-El Sithole and Zakes Bantwini. Bucie show cases her writing and matured vocal abilities as she penned all songs unless indicated. This project sees Bucie writing about personal experiences and also inspired by issues that woman go through in their daily lives.  She assumes the role of being a women’s voice by raising such issues and boosts women confidence.
On this album I have catered for all my fans from across the globe by putting together a sound that can be felt and loved by everyone.
“Get Over it” the new single by Bucie is already enjoying great success worldwide with the demand for Bucie to perform live.From successfully launching “Princess of House” in London and Manchester Bucie has just completed a mini US tour with other big dates coming for Europe.

She has wowed crowds in New York City, New Jersey, London,Manchester and Paris, Portugal. Princess of House promises to be the best selling album by Bucie the world over as she is also attracting the attention of big labels in the US and Europe

About Bucie

Famous as       : Bucie(Soulfull House Singer)
Birth Name      : Busisiwe Nolubabalo Nqwiliso
Birth Date        : March 10 1987
Birth Place      : Kimberly RSA
Hometown      : Klerksdorp South Africa
Claim to fame : Ngicel’indoda/Turn Me On 2007
Label               : Demor Music/Universal Music SA
Latest Release: Princess of House