Take Action & Download D’Banj & Africa All Stars – Cocoa Na Chocolate for FREE

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Thanks to ONE.ORG, D’Banj has dropped the biggest AFRICAN COLLABORATION EVER with the new song Cocoa Na Chocolate.

D’Banj’s new song Cocoa Na Chocolate which features 19 of the biggest African musicians from 11 countries singing in 10 different languages, is in support of ONE.ORG‘s new campaign to boost investments in agriculture: ‘Do Agric, It Pays’.

Produced by Cobhams Asuquo, the full Cocoa Na Chocolate song from ONE Ambassador – D’Banj & Africa All Stars is available for DOWNLOAD for FREE at www.ONE.org after signing the ‘Do Agric’ petition that tells African leaders to invest in our farmers, our food, and our futures.

The Eighteen other top recording artists from across Africa who joined ONE ambassador, D’Banj as part of the  Cocoa Na Chocolate ONE.ORG project are: A.Y. (Tanzania), Bufallo Souljah (Zimbabwe), Dama Do Bling (Mozambique), Diamond (Tanzania), Dontom (Nigeria), Fally Ipupa (DRC), Femi Kuti (Nigeria), Judith Sephuma (South Africa), Juliani (Kenya), Kunle Ayo (Nigeria), Vusi Nova (South Africa), Liz Ogumbo (Kenya), Nancy G (Swaziland), Omawumi (Nigeria), Rachid Taha (Algeria), Tiken Jah Fakoly (Cote d’Ivoire), Victoria Kimani (Kenya) & Wax Dey (Cameroon).

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Sign the Petition Now and Download the full D’Banj & Africa All Stars – Cocoa Na Chocolate song for FREE  – http://www.one.org/doagric/

Download the 1minute mp3 SNIPPET of D’Banj & Africa All Stars – Cocoa Na Chocolate 

  D'Banj & Africa All Stars - Cocoa Na Chocolate (Snippet) (2.0 MiB, 22,284 hits)

Dear All

Africa’s smallholder farmers are the people that feed us, but often struggle to feed themselves. They are the people most connected to our land and animals, but can lack the resources to make them thrive. They have been ignored by our leaders for too long. 

We can change this if we DO AGRIC. Join me and sign ONE’s petition right now

Investing in agriculture pays. It could help lift tens of millions of people out of extreme poverty by 2024, provide jobs, and boost the continent’s economy. Africa doesn’t just have the potential to feed itself – it has the potential to help feed the world. 

It’s time to DO AGRIC, it pays. 

Thank you.

Oyeakd

Oyeakd

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9 comments

  1. Hallow keep it up cause that song is so crucial song, lets now 4 get about Western songs, Cause we as African we are able to conduct our music and will make them to immitate our flaviours, Thanx

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