‘Cocoa Na Chocolate’ – D’banj, Diamond, Femi Kuti, Fally Ipupa, Juliani, Tiken Jah Fakoly, Victoria Kimani, Omawumi, Kunle Ayo, Dontom, Bufallo Souljah, Dama Do Bling, Judith Sephuma, Vusi Nova, Liz Ogumbo, Nancy G, Rachid Taha, Wax Dey

Cocoa-Na-Chocolate-March-2014-BN-Music-BellaNaija-01-600x600This excellent track does not only has a world class line-up, it also channels a unique and very important message. ‘Cocoa Na Chocolate‘ advocates for improved and extended food security on the African continent and is the track of the campaign ‘Do Agric – It Pays’, launched by One.org. It is addressed to African policy makers who should implement the needed policies to support the agricultural sector. Again, it also appeals to African youth and wants to encourage them to get into agriculture: Do Agric, It Pays.

The Cobhams Asuquo produced track features 18 great artists from 11 different African countries: D’banj, Femi Kuti, Omawumi, Kunle Ayo, Dontom (Nigeria), Diamond (Tanzania), Fally Ipupa (DRC), Juliani, Victoria Kimani, Liz Ogumbo (Kenya) Bufallo Souljah (Zimbabwe), Dama Do Bling (Mozambique), Judith Sephuma, Vusi Nova (South Africa), Nancy G (Swaziland), Rachid Taha (Algeria), Tiken Jah Fakoly (Cote d’Ivoire), and Wax Dey (Cameroon).

Sign this petition here, and you can download the track for FREE. If you want to know more abou the campaign, visit the homepage of ONE.org. Read here about Juliani’s personal motivation to take part in the campagin. Listen below to an interview with Nigerian artist D’Banj who explains why he is on the track.

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