Cece Vee is a trailblazing South African singer and multi-instrumentalist with powerfully emotive music that features a unique blend of confessional lyrics underpinned by a refreshing modern pop style.
Cece has fast been making her mark in the music industry, with her first few releases landing Cece a coveted position on the cover of JOOX’s New Pop Hits playlist (“Dysfunctional” and “Wild Hearts”), local and international blog coverage, radio airplay and chart success as well as on-air interviews on some of South Africa’s biggest radio stations including 5FM and Jacaranda FM among others. Recent career highlights include the use of her single, “Wild Hearts”, in an episode of the US TV series Good Trouble, as well as a SAMA (South African Music Awards) nomination in the public-voted category, Artist of the Year.
Oscillating between playful and heart-breaking, the music is upbeat, the lyrics captivating, and the combination thereof easy to get lost in. It’s personal, but it still manages to make you want to move – a type of ecstatic escapism that these times call for.
With her recently released debut EP, “Past Midnight”, already racking up massive support including editorial placements on Spotify’s New Music South Africa and SAlt playlists, and receiving the playlist cover placement on the latter, Cece Vee is ready to take on the world with her fresh voice, novel sound and alternative pop prowess.
Praise for Cece Vee:
“And Cece Vee once again digs right in, with a delicate ferocity that pulls no punches.” – Texx and the City (2022 – Review of Self-Doubt)
“Cece Vee’s debut EP Past Midnight is a body of work well worth a listen” – Texx and the City (2022 – Review of Past Midnight)
“Cece Vee is a very bright rising star that is lighting up the charts and is definitely someone to look out for.” – Underground Press (2021 – Review of Dysfunctional)
“Cece Vee is only making her debut and we can already tell she will be a singer to listen to in the next few months, so let’s lookout for this new talent that is proving herself more and more to the music industry.” – Conversations About Her (2021 – Review of Wild Hearts)