Jah Prayzah has joined a league of African artistes participating in the new season of the Coca-Cola Company’s flagship show, Coke Studio, which has been rebranded to Coke Studio Africa 2017 following the merger of Coke Studio Africa and Coke Studio South Africa.
Jah Prayzah becomes the fourth Zimbabwean musician to feature on the non-competitive music collaboration show, which promises to be a melting pot of Africa’s music talents. Previous Zimbabwean participants were Oliver Mtukudzi, Ammara Brown and South African-based Buffalo Souljah.
Other artistes featuring in the new season are Khaligraph Jones and Band Becca (Kenya), Rayvanny, Izzo Bizness, Nandy (Tanzania), Sami Dan (Ethiopia), Bebe Cool, Eddy Kenzo, Sheebah and Ykee Benda (Uganda), Nasty C, Busiswa and Mashayabhuqe (South Africa), Youssoupha (Democratic Republic of Congo), Runtown and Yemi (Nigeria)
.Coca-Cola Zimbabwe official, Vee Chibanda, said new technology has made it possible for artistes to transcend geographical barriers.