The Missing Key Chef 187, Rudeboy (PSquere) & Khaligraph Jones Slated To Rock Coke Studio 2019 Together

Following the success of the 2017 Edition of Coke Studio Africa, The Coca-Cola Company, has commenced the production of the show’s new season that will air on TV across Africa, starting Feb 2019. The upcoming new season dubbed ‘Coke Studio Africa 2019’ promises to be a celebration of different African musical genres and cultures, highlighting stories and reunions that you can’t miss!

In the new season dubbed ‘Coke Studio Africa 2019’, Zambia’s very own celebrated and seasoned rapper Chef 187 will be featured on the non-competitive music collaboration show paired alongside Hip Hop heavyweight Khaligraph Jones (Kenya) and the legendary singer and songwriter formerly of P Square: Rudeboy (Nigeria). The pair will be produced by renowned Ethiopian record producer, songwriter and DJ Rophnan Nuri.

Chef 187 becomes the third Zambian musician to feature on Coke Studio Africa. Respected Zambian music act: Slapdee was featured on ‘Coke Studio Africa 2017’ last year and in 2016 Cleo Ice Queen was the lead act to feature on show. Other participants from Southern Africa region featured on the show last year include: AKA (South Africa), Jah Prayaz (Zimbabwe), Nasty C (South Africa), Mr Bow (Mozambique), Tresor (South Africa), Liloca (Mozambique), Shekhinah (South Africa) and Mafikizolo ( South Africa), among others.

Monali Shah, Head of Content Excellence, for Coca-Cola Southern and East African Business Unit says, ‘’As a company we’re overly excited to be back for yet another captivating season of Coke Studio Africa. With the program, we continue to set pace in the industry by using music to connect with our consumers, who are big enthusiasts of it. The program continues to create business opportunities for hundreds of people in the industry, across the continent, working on the various components of this production.”

Official partners for Coke Studio Africa 2019 include: Sankara Hotel, PACE Africa, Yallo and Home 254. With Pace Africa, the artists will experience high quality music through Coke Studio branded headphones provided by Pace. Other branded Coke Studio branded merchandise will be made from fashion company: Home 254 and Yallo—who make sustainable, leather bags.

Sankara Hotel will provide Coke Studio Africa stars world class hospitality, as they spend time at the recording studios of Coke Studio Africa in Nairobi, Kenya. They will be paired alongside Coke Studio Africa Super producers, who will produce the show’s musical fusions like Covers, Throwbacks and Original Compositions.