Two of your favorite new school rappers, Falz and Ycee, are quickly becoming frequent collaborators. The re-hot duo link up once again on the track “Something Light“.
Top Nigerian artist Falz famed for hits like “Jeje”, “Soft Work” and “Soldier” returns to Coke Studio Africa for a second time this year, paired alongside Ugandan legendary artist Bebe Cool, who makes his anticipated debut on the show this year. Last year Falz was paired with Tanzanian rapper Joh Makini and the two produced dope covers of each other’s songs and an original track “You Dey Hot”.
While speaking exclusively at the show’s Behind the Music Studios in Nairobi during the show’s recording, Falz said: “It feels very good to work with Bebe Cool. He is a very cool and chill guy. So far, we have a good working relationship and we are getting along well. I am looking forward to learning more from him about his culture and language– that’s what is most exciting about the Coke Studio experience.” On top of the music collaborations, the two will also participate on Coke Studio’s Food Culture Exchange segment.
Falz and Bebe Cool will be produced by top Nigerian music producer GospelOnDeBeatz. On his collaboration with Bebe Cool, Falz revealed: “Bebe Cool is a huge dancehall artiste and I am a hip hop artiste so that fusion is going to be electric! Expect a lot of fire!” Both Bebe Cool and Falz will also feature in a special Coke Studio dubbed ‘The Global Fusion Edition’ alongside Coke Studio Africa’s international guest star – the American Pop/R&B star Jason Derulo and 8 other talented African stars. They include Dela (Kenya), Mr. Bow (Mozambique), Joey B (Ghana), Betty G (Ethiopia), Jah Prayzah (Zimbabwe), Shekhinah (South Africa), Locko (Cameroon) and Denise (Madagascar).
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 music 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 edition.
Hot and prolific Nigerian rapper, comedian and comic act Falz the bad guy is out with the video to his latest banger “Jeje”.
The barrister turned rapper calls his latest effort “Jeje” and it is a follow up to his last two singles “Baby Boy” and “Well Done Sir” which were produced by Sess – the problem kid.
On “Jeje” however, we see a different side to Falz as he sounds different, however this did not stop him from dropping his usual life catchy and infectious lyrics.
Falz never dissappoints when it comes to dishing out catchy songs that will get you hooked, to say the very least.
His lates titled “Jeje” is one of those cool, smooth Afrobeats you will definitly put on repeat.
Ghanaian act – Joey B,who recently dropped his new single Sunshine off his upcoming album titled ’89’, drops the remix to the same single featuring heavyweight rapper – Sarkodie.
Go cop the Nova produced Hiphop jam below and don’t forget to share your thoughts with us.
Met by a handful of teeming fans and media, One Africa Music Fest host Banky W as well as headliners Cassper Nyovest, Victoria Kimani, and Falz arrived at London Heathrow Airport this morning, ready for the first ever One Africa Music Fest taking place in London this Saturday, May 13. The large travelling party also included the festival organisers Upfront and Personal, the One Africa Fest project team, UK project managers, press officers and an array of photographers.
Other stars performing at the One Africa Music Fest that have also been jetting into the UK this week include Ghana’s biggest rap superstar Sarkodie, Congelese legend Awilo Longomba as well as 9ice and Atumpan. More stars expected to arrive in the UK over the next couple of days include Jidenna, Davido, Tekno, P-Square, Tiwa Savage, Olamide, Alikiba, Flavour N’abania, with Phyno and M.I.
Saturday’s One Africa Music Fest is set to be one of the biggest and most exciting festivals to ever hit the UK, and fans, press and media all have the opportunity to meet & greet the headline artists ahead of the monumental event on Saturday, at the One Africa Artist Welcome Party & Fashion Event taking place on Friday, May 12 at the Four Seasons Hotel in Park Lane, Mayfair. For more information about the welcome part, visit www.weareoneafrica.com.
Download exclusive pictures of Banky W, Falz, Victoria Kimani and Cassper Nyovest arriving London here:
‘Big A this is your home ‘ he said and Falz the bahd guy made it a worthy night as the tour train stopped in Dallas, Texas for Villa Fridays. Host of the night A-team had a full house waiting on the ‘Baby Boy’ for life crooner and it was one word , three actually Total Shut Down!
Falz the bahd guy took his magical performances to the city Boston, Massachusetts and it was a total shutdown at the University of Boston, the biggest school in the state. Mr Soft Work had the students dancing from one hit to another as the school witness an event like no other.
Falz The Bahd Guy continued his first ever US Tour presented by Big A Entertainment as he stormed Chicago on Saturday 8th April. Packaged by D.I.S Entertainment , it was an amazing time as Falz performed hits after hits