Coke Studio Africa: Alvin Kizz Features in Episode 2 with Messias Maricoa and Winky D

Last week, Uganda’s Big Break artist and Coke Studio first timer Alvin Kizz got a chance to work with two African superstars – Mozambique’s Messias Maricoa and Zimbabwe’s Winky D in the second episode of Coke Studio Africa 2019.

Easily one of the fastest rising stars in Uganda at the moment, Alvin Kizz is being touted as the next big star in East Africa. Known for his hits “Nkulowoozako”, “Tubalaba” and “Julia”, Alvin can be regarded as an all-round artist whose music endeared his fans to him at an early stage. Winky D is a Zimbabwean reggae-dancehall artist, known popularly as “The Big Man”, and also known as Dancehall Igwe while young musician Messias Maricoa hit the spotlight last year and has remained a resounding success to date.

In the episode, the three artists turned Alvin’s ‘Man Like Me’ track into a true African piece packed with multiple languages and dancehall beats all produced by Nigerian talent GospelOnDeBeatz.

“Everybody that has stepped on the Coke Studio stage is now an international artist. It is an absolute pleasure to join those ranks, and I can not wait to change my life and my career after this Coke Studio experience,” commented Alvin Kizz.

The episode was headlined by Paul Okoye aka Rudeboy – one half of the P Square iconic duo working alongside Kenya’s Khaligraph Jones to start the weekend party off right.

Alvin Kizz Set For Coke Studio Africa Debut

Ugandan Afro pop_dancehall star Alvin Kizz is set for his Coke Studio Africa debut that will see the Ugandan born artiste feature in a collaboration with Zimbabwe’s Winky D and Mozambique’s Messias.

Alvin Kizz is one of the fastest rising stars in Uganda at the moment and widely touted as one of the next big stars coming out of the East Africa. Famed for his hits “Nkulowoozako”, “Tubalaba” and “Julia”, Alvin had his big break in 2018 after the release of the smash hit single “Nkulawoozako” alongside Coke Studio Africa shining diva from Ugandan: Sheebah Karungi. As an all-rounded artist, he approaches entertainment with music that is conscious and this has endeared many fans towards his craft at an early stage.

Other emerging African stars featuring on the Big Break segment on the new season include: Kenyan pop star Nadia Mukami, multi-talented media personality-cum-singer Mimi Mars, Kizomba star Valter Artistico and Zimbabwean hottest female artist at the moment Tamy Moyo. The five will make their stint on the show collaborating with some Africa’s industry greats.

The upcoming new season of Coke Studio Africa 2019 will feature over 25 of Africa’s talented artists. Music acts and producers will be drawn from several countries across the Sub-Saharan region including Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, Ethiopia, Zambia, Zimbabwe, Mozambique and Nigeria.

Watch Alvin Kizz’s Nkulowoozako here: