Coca-Cola’s youth-centric music platform, Coke Studio, is set to storm The University of Abia, Uturu, (ABSU) today Friday September 26, 2014, with captivating performances from music stars May D, Orezi and Zoro who would headline the event. According to the Brand Manager, Colas, Coca-Cola Nigeria, Olufemi Ashipa, the Coke Studio concert will continue to excite campus communities across Nigeria with live music from established music stars, who would perform alongside local upcoming and aspiring artistes at each campus the music platform visits.
“At Coca-Cola, we believe that satisfying consumers is pivotal to business success. We received rave reviews for the Coke Studio outings at Lagos State Polytechnic (LASPOTECH) and The University of Benin, which indicates a high level of consumer engagement.” Ashipa said.
Berthed in 2013 in Africa, the Coke Studio has become a huge success in other parts of the world including the Middle East and Asia. This year, its second season has turned out bigger, bolder, and better as it has been expanded to include a series of concerts across several higher institutions in Nigeria.
Interested members of the ABSU Campus, who would like the chance to perform live on stage with the stars on parade, can do so during the concert by buying a bottle of Coke, liking Coca-Cola on Facebook and coming out to enjoy good music.
Episode 2 of Coke Studio Africa Season 2 featured performances from Burna Boy, Olamide, Waje and Omawumi (Nigeria), Fena (Kenya), Jose Valdemiro (Mozambique), Shaa and Vanessa Mdee (Tanzania), Jackie Chandiru and Navio (Uganda). You can watch it here: http://CokeURL.com/CSAYTEp2