Tamy Moyo kills Coke Studio Africa, Women’s Day collaboration.
Headlining artist, Tamy Moyo has proved that dynamites do come in small packages. Who would have thought that the young Pop artist could gain continental recognition so early in her career and kill her performance too?
Coke Studio Africa treated us to an all women episode to celebrate Women’s Day and Tamy Moyo slayed the stage with her personality and also brought the roof down with her voice. The performance was orchestrated by all-female instrumentalists, Kasiva Mutua (percussions), Wendy Kemunto (vocals), Ivy Alexander (guitar), Naomi Ziro (bass guitar) and Mutindi Tindi Muasa (keyboard).
Other female artistes drawn from across the continent will include Nazizi (Kenya), Lioness (Namibia), Boity (South Africa), Sheebah (Uganda), Nandy (Tanzania), Lourena Nhate (Mozambique) and music producer Viola Karuri (Kenya), among others.
Tamy Moyo has managed to make a name for herself in the industry and she is currently up for two NAMAs.
Over the last six seasons of Coke Studio Africa, the show continues to highlight Africa’s immense talent and the opportunities for women in the arts and entertainment industry.
Coke Studio Africa is a non-competitive music collaboration show, which seeks to bring together, and celebrate the diversity of African music and talent. Local artistes who have been part of the platform include Jah Prayzah, Winky D, the late Oliver Mtukudzi and Tamy Moyo