Coca-Cola Nigeria has launched its premier music show, Coke Studio Africa for the fourth season.
Coke Studio Season 4, themed “Discover”, has a line-up of 45 of Africa’s finest music acts, who will be performing over 90 songs On 11 thrilling episodes that will capture exciting musical moments of culture, passion, and arts. The show will begin airing on Sunday, October 9th, 2016 on AIT and continues on the same station every Sunday at 6pm for 10 weeks.
This season will feature nine Nigerian artistes including Tuface AKA 2Baba, Flavour, Waje and Yemi Alade who had featured in some of the previous episodes; as well as Patoranking, Falz, Cynthia Morgan, Kiss Daniel and Simi who are all making their first appearance on the show. The season also promises a bigger diversity, as there are six additional participating countries: Ethiopia, Cameroon, Ivory Coast, DRC, Togo and Ghana joining the initial five countries. Other top African acts on the show are Kenyan afro-pop band, Sauti Sol, Congolese singer and songwriter, Fally Ipupa, Kenyan gospel singer, Bahati, Bongo’s Pop Princess VeeMoney, multitalented Ivorian artiste, Serge Beynaud, Ugandan R&B singer, Rema Namakula and Angolan Yuri da Cunha.
“We’re glad to be creating refreshingly new sounds in the music industry across Africa through Coke Studio Africa. Each new season continues to offer something revitalising to the fans, and we are promising that Coke Studio Season 4 will be even more awesome,” Patricia Jemibewon, Marketing Director of Coca-Cola Nigeria stated.
Promising that this season would be intense and exciting, Tim Horwood, The Creative Director of Coke Studio Africa Season 4 explained that, “This Season we will dig deep into each of the artists’ psyche. The audience will discover who they really are by finding out the motivation behind their biggest songs and behind the scene videos of a day in their lives.”
Speaking about Coke Studio Season 4, TuBaba said, “This season, we will get the chance to discover each other’s music and reinvent the way music captures the African spirit. This is about boundaries being broken and new narratives being written with music.”