Each episode of Coke Studio Africa 5 gets a lot more exciting than the previous one. This has turned the show into fans’ favourite for quality entertainment and discovering new things about their beloved stars.
Episode 4 did not disappoint fans. It was filled with stunning performances of hip-hop/rap songs that got the audience cheering.
Capturing the hearts of the audience with his rap magic, Olamide influenced AKA’s ‘Run Jozi’ with his cover of the song. His dazzling dance steps had the audience nodding and shuffling their feet to the melodic flow.
The big break artiste of the week in Episode 4, Nigeria’s Dremo, got a chance to collaborate with the Kenyan heavy weight rapper, Yashinski, and South Africa’s super group, Mafikizolo. The energetic combination was an opportunity to show the versatility of Mafikizolo who had never worked on a hip-hop track before. The result? Ojere remix was fire on fire with Dremo proving he is one of Nigeria’s best hip-hop acts.
Olamide and AKA thrilled with more of their talent, under the production skills of SA producer, Sketchy Bongo. The pair delivered an original masterpiece titled “Kolole” – a dance-hall jam that is anticipated to be hot banger in clubs.
You can catch up on other episodes of Coke Studio 5 by tuning in to any of the stations below for the freshest ground-breaking musical collaboration on the African Continent.
Sunday on AIT at 6:00 pm with repeat episodes on MTV Base on Mondays at 8:00 pm.