Betty Kyallo’s sister lands lucrative deal with Coca Cola

Below are details of her money-making deal.

The Kyallo sisters: Mercy, Betty and Gloria

Miss Kyallo’s company Yallo Leather will provide branded Coke Studio merchandise alongside Home 254 while Pace Africa will provide the headphones.

Commenting on her new gig Mercy wrote “Its not every day that a leather company partners with a cool and vibrant brand like this one, but we share ideals that propel our individual visions and missions. I love that we both believe in creating, showcasing and celebrating homegrown art and craft. Yallo just like Coke Studio is determined to provide inspired works of art fueled by our diverse cultures.”

Coke Studio Africa

Coke Studio Africa is a non-competitive music collaboration show, which seeks to bring together and celebrate the diversity of African music and talent. It also gives upcoming artists the opportunity to work with some of the best local and international music and production talent.

The artists are drawn from different genres, eras and regions and put in pairs to create a modern and authentic African sound through musical fusion. As the artists interact and produce music documented by the show’s producers, they also get to learn about each other’s music and styles while exchanging cultures. The show takes the viewers inside the recording studio to watch a diverse range of artists.

Coke Studio line-up 2018

Following the success of the 2017 Edition of Coke Studio Africa, The Coca-Cola Company has commenced the production of the show’s new season that will air on TV across Africa, starting Feb 2019.

In the new season of Coke Studio Africa, viewers of the show should expect to once more watch more than 25 talented stars drawn from Sub Sahara Africa. Some of these artists include Wasafi music producer, Lizer, “2 in 1” hitmaker Naiboi (Kenya), Winky D (Zimbabwe), Mahlet (Ethiopia), Messias (Mozambique) and Alvin Kizz (Uganda). Returning on the show are continental stars: hip-hop heavyweight Khaligraph Jones (Kenya) and BET award-winner Rayvanny (Tanzania) back for a second time.

The selected artists will spend the forthcoming weeks at the recording studios of Coke Studio Africa in Nairobi creating music that will connect people across the continent. They will be paired alongside Coke Studio Africa Super producers, who will produce the show’s musical fusions like Covers, Throwbacks and Original Compositions.

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