By now you know Coke Studio Africa is a one-stop show that promises and delivers unthinkable talent showcase. Coke Studio Africa is a non-competitive music collaboration show, which seeks to bring together and celebrate the diversity of African music and talent.
It also gives upcoming artists the opportunity to work with some of the best local and international music and production talent.
Coca-Cola Company unveiled over 25 African artists set to feature on upcoming new season dubbed ‘Coke Studio Africa 2019’. Music acts and producers drawn from Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, Ethiopia, Zambia, Zimbabwe, Mozambique, Nigeria and other countries across Sub-Saharan Africa will set your mood right come next year, Feb 2019 – when the show hits TV screens across the continent.
“Vimbada” Kenyan hitmaker Moji Short Baba will be making his Coke Studio Africa debut alongside Naiboi, currently riding high on his smash hit single “2 In 1’’.
Kenyan hip-hop heavyweight Khaligraph Jones, recently crowned Best rapper in Africa at 2018 AFRIMMA Awards will be making a return to the show for the second time.
BET award-winner Rayvanny and top bongo balladist Nandy will grace the show for the second time. Some exciting newcomers on the show from Tanzania include Harmonize and Juma Jux, the celebrated bongo R&B sensation and Mdee Music signee Mimi Mars.
Uganda will be represented by top award-winning diva, Sheebah, returning on the show for her second time. She will be joined by popular Ugandan music acts such as Fik Fameica and King Saha. A roaster of first-timers on the show from Ethiopia includes celebrated songstress Mahlet, to seasoned crooners Bisrat, Abush Zekele, Yared Negu and Rophnan Nuri.
The West African flavour on the show this season will be injected by celebrated music producer GospelOnDeBeat and Nigerian music stars Skales and Rude Boy (formerly of P Square) as they light up the stage with groundbreaking performances and hit records
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