Amanda Black To Rock Coke Studio Africa 2017

South Africa’s 24-year-old platinum selling and award-winning artist, Amanda Black, is making headlines this week on the second episode of Coke Studio Africa 2017

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Amanda Black joins musical forces with Ghanaian hip-hop heavyweight, Joey B, to perform each other’s tracks and create a blazing tune together.

Amanda Black’s fame sky rocketed when she released her debut studio album, ‘Amazulu’ which went platinum just three weeks after its release. She is currently gracing the August cover of Elle magazine and now joins fellow SA artists who are collaborating with fellow African stars on the Coke Studio Africa 2017 project.

Speaking in an interview in Kenya during the production, Amanda Black said, “I love working with people from different backgrounds and even better, people from different countries where cultures and languages come together. Our task was to interact and learn about ourselves and our African counterparts and fuse that into a music collaboration. It was an experience that I will always be grateful for.’’

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Viewers can look forward to back-to-back entertainment in this episode of Coke Studio Africa 2017, as Joey B adds his own flavour to Amanda Black’s ‘Amazulu’ while the diva will have viewers jiving performing Joey B’s hit song ‘U X Me’.

Other creative collaborations by artists to look forward to in this episode include a rocking performance by young hip-hop boss from Tanzania, Izzo Bizness, renowned for his hits ‘Umeniweza’ and ‘Tumeoana’ featuring Abela Music. Izzo Bizness will share the Coke Studio Africa 2017 stage with Kenyan songstress Avril, who returns to the show for a second time.

Don’t miss up and coming Mozambican artist, Shellsy Baronet, as she gets the career-defining chance to work with Ugandan legend, Eddy Kenzo, and Ghanaian supremo Bisa K’dei on the episode’s Big Break segment.

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This year, Coke Studio has merged Coke Studio Africa and Coke Studio South Africa into one—bigger and better Coke Studio Africa 2017. The show promises to be a melting pot of musical talents bringing together renowned music producers and top-notch artists drawn from various parts of the continent. The merger increases the number of participating countries to 16, up from 11 in previous seasons.

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