Tumi Masemola, Afro'traction, Flex Boogie, Little Fite (Supplied)
Johannesburg - Forget the garage, Coke Studio seems to be the best place to find our new favourite acts, and this week was no different.
We laughed, we joked and we danced until our feet were sore with some of the best fusion's we've seen on Coke Studio so far.
Both acts had scored their place on Coke Studio as RAW artists, and they soon showed why with an energetic performance that demonstrated how much fun Coke Studio can be.
Flex Boogie may not be a Cassper Nyovest or Okmalumkoolkat, but he sure knows how to bring those moves in studio! Just watching him made us want to "boogie" along in our lounge!
It seems like forever since we last heard from Gangs of Instrumental's front woman, Tumi Masemola. But the beautiful songbird shows she's still very much in the game with a heart-stopping fusion with SAMA award-winning musician, Afro'traction.
The pair are both experienced musicians in the industry, but there was no egos as the pair worked their magic to create a fantastic fusion to make anyone dance.