Kundai Marunya Arts Correspondent
Celebrated artistes thronged Coco weAfrica (formerly known as Coco Master)’s debut EP, ‘Follow Me’ launch at Club 1+1, Longcheng Plaza, Belvedere. Though fairly attended, his colleagues, among the Bryan K and Nutty O warmed the stage for the artist who also had so much to prove after ‘Mai Vadhikondo’ hit. His stage prowess left a lot to be desired after incredible voices were fused with rap and dancehall. Coco weAfrica said he was happy with the support he got from fellow artist.
“These artists play a pivotal role in my grooming and success so for that I thank them,” he said. “I appreciate their contribution to my career and life.” “Cruize Control” already has a video released on YouTube indicates how Coco WeAfrica is yet to gain recognition. Coco weAfrica said he recorded a video in South Africa as he braces to launch his career in the continent.
“I shot the video in South Africa with Nani Chihore, a Zimbabwean based that side who has being doing good work for famed musicians including Nasty C. I think the video is the best released this year. The only reason it’s not yet popular is because I recently rebranded from Coco Master to Coco WeAfrica which may be confusing my fans,” he said.
The artist had different artist and stakeholders in local entertainment walking in to endorse the EP. They were proceeding to the event after Coco weAfrica’s after party at Club Sankayi for the After-party celebrations.