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It’s all about love on episode 6

It was filled with breathtaking performances of powerful love songs that brought goose pimple to the skin.

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Episode 6 did not disappoint fans. It was filled with breathtaking performances of powerful love songs that brought goose pimple to the skin.

Dressed in a stylish black filmy shirt and leather pants, Nigeria’s King of Highlife music, Flavour, opened the floor with an electrifying rendition of Angola’s Yuri da Cunha's cover song “Tu Es O Amor”, and Yuri followed; capturing the hearts of the audience with a Portuguese version of Flavour’s classic “Ikwokrikwo”.

His scintillating dance steps accentuated by his harem baggy pants had the audience nodding and shuffling their feet to the melodic flow.

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The big break artiste of the week in Episode 6, Uganda’s Lydia Jazmine, together with talented Nigerian superstar, Kiss Daniel and Kenya’s Baharti spiced up the night with an extraordinary love song “Sheri”. 

You needed to see how our dear Kiss Daniel became love struck by her charms. He was all over her from the moment she stepped into the studio, leaving Baharti with no chance to get close with her.

When Falz came on stage with Tanzania rapper, Joh Maikini for the On the Spot session, the duo created a mash up of their hit tracks, turning the audience into a part of the band and using instrumentals from the band’s mobile phones. The performance was magical and it won't be forgotten in a long time.

Flavour and Yuri thrilled with more of their talent, under the production skills of Uganda’s top music producer, Bushingtone.

The pair delivered an original masterpiece titled “Lavida”: a mid tempo love jam that is anticipated to serenade at wedding parties across the continent.

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You can catch up on other episodes of Coke Studio 4, tune in to any of the stations below for the freshest ground-breaking musical collaboration on the African continent.

You can watch the show on Sunday on AIT at 6:00pm with repeat episodes on MTV Base on Mondays at 8:00pm; ONTV on Mondays at 6:30pm; Wazobia TV and Wazobia MAX on Mondays at 8:00pm; Nigezie on Tuesdays at 5:00pm; Soundcity on Sundays at 7:30pm; WAP TV on Sundays at 8:00pm; Planet TV on Wednesdays at 6:00pm; and AMC on Mondays at 7:00pm.

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