Coco Jafro - Do What I Want - (Sponsored Artist)

Coco Jafro - Do What I Want - (Sponsored Artist)


Throughout their revolution, Coco Jafro have become a synchronous soul-unit travelling the planet, honing their craft, absorbing the sights, sounds and feels from cultures across the globe and creating a unique tapestry of sounds that captures the pulse, energy and vibrancy of innovative world music.


Their upcoming full-length debut album Forces Of Natureis a melting pot of inspiration that reflects the collective of musicians from different continents, cultures and religions. From North African traditional music to Afro-Latin funk fused with throwback 60's rhythms, Forces of Nature is the reflection of the band's high energy performances while still following their mantra of remaining grounded, protecting our earth and being in harmony with it.


With a live show that encourages the freedom to dance, the freedom to think and the freedom to exchange culture and energy without oppression, suppression or repression, it is no surprise that Coco Jafro have become icons in their community. The collective has been playing sold out crowds at revered hot spots like Frankie's Jazz and Guilt & Co, and have been recognized for their impact earning a nomination as the'BestLive Act' from the Van Isle Music Awards. As their sound spread further they were honoured with nominations from Breakout West as the Best Urban Artist of the Year and regional finalists in CBC's esteemed Searchlight competition in 2016. Their new record is poised to shake the firmament with world spanning beats and soulful savvy lyrics to engage, enrich and embolden those among us hungry for an inclusive human evolution. Seize the future and start the party with the always relevant, always exciting, always progressive Coco Jafro.


"Vancouver-based but boasting members from all over the globe,[CocoJafro] are purveyors of their own brand of groove that exists at the intersection of funk, soul and acid jazz. Lead singer Karina Morin has a powerful, emotive voice that plays well off guitarist Amine Said's North African inflected playing”

- The Snipe News