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Fameica, Sheebah, Saha, Alvin Kizz to represent Uganda in Coke Studio 2019

Coke studio 2019

(L-R) Sheebah Karungi, Alvin Kizz, King Saha and Fik Fameica. COURTESY PHOTOS

Coke Studio Africa is back and set to air in February next year. The production of Coke Studio Africa 2019 commenced at Super Sport Studios in Kenya’s capital, Nairobi in the first week of November 2018.

According to the studio Africa Project Manager: Andrew Endovo Alovi, they have decided to start production early because they want to produce high quality content.
“We are excited to soon kick start the production of Coke Studio Africa 2019. Expect an interesting twist of themes and musical fusions. We want to grant various artists across the continent mega exposure, and opportunities to collaborate among each other,” he said.

They also get to work with some of the best local and international professionals in the music world. 25 artists and producers will be featured in the new season and as always will be drawn from Sub-Saharan Africa.

Uganda will be represented by Alvin Kizz, Fik Fameica, Sheebah Karungi and King Saha.

The official first episode of Coke Studio Africa 2019 is expected to air February 2019 but before then, the show will release exclusive and original content online and on TV themed for Christmas season.

The selected artistes will spend the forthcoming weeks at the recording studios of Coke Studio Africa in Nairobi, Kenya creating music.

Coke Studio Africa is a music collaboration show that brings together diverse African music talent. They create covers, throwbacks and original compositions. They show also features one International musician. The last edition in 2017 featured American R&B star Trey Songz.

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