COKE STUDIO™, the global music platform, is launching once again in South Africa and Young Stunna is at the forefront of the campaign.
SA’s coolest kids, multi-platinum-selling rapper Nasty C and award-winning Amapiano sensation Young Stunna join this year’s line-up.
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 COKE STUDIO™ creative collisions.
Some of SA’s most recognisable names in entertainment also form a pivotal aspect of COKE STUDIO™ this year, as one of the strategies employed to enhance consumer interaction is the use of influencers.
These influential personalities serve as a compelling digital touchpoint, connecting the audience with the heart of the music experience.
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.
Their resonance with diverse audiences further enriches the immersive COKE STUDIO™ experience, fostering connections and ensuring that the ‘Real Magic’ transcends beyond the music itself, as the platform aims to create an engaging dialogue, ignite fan passion, and lead them on an unforgettable journey through the world of music.
About Young Stunna
Sandile Fortune Msimango- well known in the industry as Young Stunna, was born and raised in Daveyton. Growing up he was surrounded by musicians, his love for music was truly inspired by both his parents who were both musicians at the time. His grandmother held a church service at home, which also played a huge role in his musical background. In Growing up in Daveyton the house was filled with multiple music influences by his grandmother who played Brenda Fassie, Lebo Mathosa. Their energy and content inspired him to pursue his dreams in the music industry. In Grade 5, Young Stunna starting writing and released his first track as a Hip Hop artist. In 2012 he started pursuing his dreams as a Hip Hop artist and poet, he also dabbled in theatre and that is how he developed his character, Young Stunna, he was 12 years old at the time Young Stunna has worked with industry favourites such as TylerICU, Madumane, Eeque Da Dreama, Makwa, Kabza De Small, Mas Musiq, Aymos and Seekay. Young Stunner continues to be a voice for the youth and open up the industry for those to follow.