Nandi Mngoma and Trevor “Trey” Sineke will be presenting the second season of Coke Studio. Back by popular demand, lovers of New Original Music can look forward to the show featuring some of Africa’s hottest artists. Catch the first episode on Saturday 27th August at 6.05pm on ETV
With a lineup filled with the waviest in African talent and star-studded hosts, Coke Studio will once again bring the beams to our screens and entertain viewers every Saturday night for 13 weeks.
The Coke Studio Season 2 artist lineup will include continental collaborations consisting of AKA and Patoranking a Nigerian super star, Cassper Nyovest pairs up with legend Diamond Platnumz from Tanzania and Angola’s hottest property Landrick pairs up with Ash Muzic. Local pairings from rapper Nasty C with Buffalo Soulja, SAMA-award winning Rap artist Fifi Cooper with Ryki and other exciting fusions promise to bring next level entertainment for music enthusiasts.
Every week Coke Studio will feature the best producers in the industry, including Sketchy Bongo, Gemini Major and Mobi Dixon, each bringing their unique sounds and talents to the show.
The catch is, artists will have only 48 hours to create their tracks, with the added pressure of all their ups and inevitable downs caught on camera. All of this will culminate in an epic performance, hosted by the lovely Nandi.
Other familiar faces from season one, such as hit maker Riky Rick and pop sensation Jimmy Nevis, will once again return, now in mentorship roles, guiding fellow artists through the music-making process.
Coke Studio Season 2 also features Trey, a season one alumni and producer, taking viewers on a journey across South Africa. His mission will be to pair the best talent for the ultimate track in the final episode. “Make sure to tune in every week to see who will have their name written all over the incredible final track” concludes Sharon.
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