Rap king Khaligraph Jones and Afrobeat star Rudeboy release their Coke Studio collabo 'Tonight' - The Sauce
Connect with us

Hi, what are you looking for?


Rap king Khaligraph Jones and Afrobeat star Rudeboy release their Coke Studio collabo ‘Tonight’

Coke Studio Africa 2019 has officially released the video of ‘Tonight’, a collaborative effort by Kenyan rap king Khaligraph Jones and Nigerian hitmaker Rudeboy.

The song was produced during the 2019 edition of the show that was aired across Sub-Sahara Africa earlier in the year.

“This year we are all about telling stories through song and dance, and these music videos give us a very authentic African setting to bring the music we recorded on the show to life. As an asset, Coke Studio is committed to working with all players in the music industry across Africa to give the world a sound and a story from Africa,” said Andrew Alovi, IMC Manager – Coca-Cola.

Speaking about the video, Khaligraph could not hide his excitement and appreciation to Coke Studio. “I love music and I have a lot of respect for Rudeboy given his vast experience in the African music scene. When I was asked to cover his music I was a little apprehensive, mostly because I would not be rapping. However, the outcome was a dope track that exceeded my expectations and I thank my fans for urging me on. I am grateful to Coke Studio for understanding this and giving us the resources to shoot and deliver an awesome video,” he said.

The video lives up to the song’s theme and Coke Studio’s standards, with a set up by the beach and in a club, leaving viewers excited to join in the party and be part of the fun.

What’s more intriguing is the seamless flow of the music considering the different genres of music they both sing, showing their undeniable talents and love for music.

The duo was paired up during episode two of Coke Studio Africa 2019 with Rudeboy doing a cover of Khaligraphs’ song ‘Kasayole’ and the O.G getting out of his comfort zone to give a sentimental spin of Rudeboy’s song ‘Reality’.

Advertisement. Scroll to continue reading.

Making his Coke Studio debut, renowned Kenyan producer, Magic Mike, produced this collaboration, a sure way to uphold his status.

This is the third music video produced by Coke Studio Africa, after releasing ‘Said’ by Nasty C & Runtown, followed by the all-girl ‘Switch It Up’ by Boity, Nazizi and Lioness.

Click to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Some More Sauce...

Da Squeeze

Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs was caught on camera beating, dragging and hurling an object at his then-girlfriend Cassie Ventura in 2016. The scandal-hit rapper, 54,...

Da Squeeze

Revered Kenyan rapper and entrepreneur treated industry guests and fans to an exclusive screening of his latest brainchild – Monkey Business. Held at IMAX...


Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs is “truly sorry” for beating his then-girlfriend Cassie Ventura in 2016. The scandal-plagued rapper, 54, was seen in footage released by...


Sean Kingston was arrested on Thursday (23.05.24) after a warrant was issued for “numerous fraud and theft charges”. The 34-year-old singer – whose real...


Renowned Nigerian artist and maestro producer, Tekno has officially inked a revolutionary deal with emPawa Africa, the brainchild of musical impresario, Mr Eazi. This...


A woman has accused Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs of drugging and raping her multiple times when she was a student. April Lampros has filed a...


Will Smith and Michael B. Jordan have “really solid ideas” for the sequel to ‘I Am Legend’. The pair are working on a follow-up...


Kelly Clarkson and her ex-husband Brandon Blackstock have settled their lawsuit.  The former couple were locked in a legal battle after the 42-year-old singer...