Read about Mi-kaisha’s first performance in NYCRead More
The REAL’s Mayrah has a chat with Mi-kaisha about her journey in music and performance, her experiences as a young black woman in Australia, confronting misinformed perceptions and expectations in relation to Indigenous identity, and more.Read More
Mi-kaisha’s lastest EP 17.01.19. Click here to listenRead More
Sofar Sounds shows featuring Indigenous and other local Australian artists to celebrate the history, culture and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.Read More
My final address as School Captain. Entering a new chapter. You are made up of the same components as Malala Yousafzai, Malcom X, Dr. Martin Luther King Junior, Jane Elliot, Maya Angelou.Read More
Mi-kaisha has been nominated for Student of the Year at the 2018 Dreamtime Awards! A night of celebration in Indigenous communities all over Australia.Read More
Indigenous female artists Stiff Gins and Mi-kaisha have unveiled a special Sydney show for next month to celebrate storytelling, culture and more.Read More
“I think Naidoc is the biggest day of our calendar,” she said.
“It’s a day for the whole community to come together to celebrate and this year it’s particularly special because we’re celebrating strong black women.Read More
TRACKS was a music industry Q&A and music showcase that I have the pleasure of performing at! I performed alongside a number of powerful, strong, insanely talented and simply beautiful women - Angel, Maysa Tippins Latukefu, Spvrro & Jessica Jade 🧡Read More
Dharumbal Murri, Mi-kaisha, has fought for social justice her entire life. The 17 year old’s passion for sharing people’s experiences and stories has driven her to share her own story through music and to take a stand.Read More
The NAIDOC theme this year is Songlines and it's particularly fitting for 15-year-old Mi-kaisha Masella, a Dharambul and Tongan singer. She will be hitting the stage at NAIDOC in the City in Hyde Park, Sydney this afternoon. By Emily NicolRead More
What an incredible day!
YABUN 2018, you were amazing! Coming together every year to celebrate the survival of our First Nation's Peoples reignites the pride I have in my culture.
"When there is an environment of the same expectation of Indigenous students as that of non-Indigenous students, we can achieve amazing things and tear down countless barriers" - Mi-kaishaRead More
SHE wowed audiences on The Voice Kids, now Mi-kaisha Masella is getting back to her Indigenous roots and culture.Read More
Catch me in the latest Koori Mail for Yabun 2018, along side my Koori Kween, Miss Felicia Foxx and latest rap sensation, Baker Boy!Read More