Young Stunna, Nasty C part of Coke Studio season 2

SECOND season of Coke Studio is ready to captivate mzansi and the world

The global music platform, is ready to showcase awe- inspiring emerging artists from the globe, this season promises to deliver ‘Real Magic’ to audiences far and wide by transcending borders, genres, and backgrounds in unforgettable musical collaborations.

The second season also sees top SA acts, multi-platinum-selling rapper Nasty C and award-winning Amapiano sensation Young Stunna.

The two will work alongside some of Africa’s top talented artists to reimagine their hottest tracks into new and unique musical experiences and drop exclusive creative collisions.

 “COKE STUDIO™ builds on Coca-Cola’s prevalent role in shaping music culture today and connecting fans with the music and artists of the moment they love. COKE STUDIO™ aims to engage Gen Z music lovers from around the world and connect them to the ethos of being your authentic self through collaborations with breakthrough artists who stand strong in their identity,” says Ramokone Ledwaba, Marketing Director for Coca-Cola in South Africa.

“Dynamic collaborations spanning local and international horizons craft music that unveils transformative moments, showcasing the enchanting magic in unexpected connections.”

Through activations at sought-after festivals like DStv Delicious Festival, Cotton Fest, and many more, COKE STUDIO™ will offer a refreshing opportunity for fans to immerse themselves in ‘Real Magic” moments.

Musa Keys, Oscar Mbo, Ntobeko Sishi, Sicelo Buthelezi, Flvme, Witney Ramabulana, Sphokuhle N, Reggie Mohlabi, Kamo Mphela, Justin King, Danya Devs, Browns, 25K, Maglera Doe Boy, Dee Koala, Sir Bobz, Priddy Prince, Thato Saul, Justin Denobrega, Toss, Khanyisa Jaceni, and Focalistic have all joined hands with COKE STUDIO™ to amplify the buzz.

2023 features Jon Batiste and 18 breakthrough artists from South Africa, Nigeria, Kenya, Egypt, the US, the UK, Canada, Colombia, India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Turkey, China, Korea, and the Philippines.

Image (Young Stunna is part of the second season of Coke Studio).

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