Bisa Kdei to feature on Coke Studio Africa
Ghanaian artiste Bisa Kdei will join a host of African artists to feature n the Coke Studio Africa 2017. He will not be the only artist from Ghana to be on that platform. Worlasi will also perform there.
The number of countries that participate in the production has now been increased to 16 after Coke Studio South Africa merged with Coke Studio Africa. The 2017 edition will broadcast in more than 30 African countries.
Some of the renowned names this season include Bruce Melodie from Rwanda, Tanzanian artists: Rayvanny, Izzo Bizness and Nandy, Ugandan artists Bebe Cool, Eddy Kenzo, Ykee Benda and Sheebah, Khaligraph Jones & Band Becca from Kenya, Sami Dan from Ethiopia, Nasty C, Busiswa, Mashayabhuqe from South Africa, Youssoupha from Democratic Republic of Congo, Runtown and Yemi from Nigeria. Adding to the list are Dji Tafinha from Angola, Laura Beg from Mauritius, Jah Prayzah and Slapdee from the Central Africa Republic, Betty G from Ethiopia, Bruce Melodie, Shellsy Baronet & Mr. Bow from Mozambique, Denise from Madagascar and Ozane from Togo, Freeda from Namibia. Key names in this year’s production are reputable producers such as Yuvir Pillay Nivedan a.k.a Sketchy Bongo and Maphorisa from South Africa, Kiff No beat from Ivory Coast, Nahreel from Tanzania amongst others.
Coke Studio Africa 2017 is expected to be broadcast from August in South and Central African and from September in East and West Africa.
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