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Apio Moro bags collabo with UK’s Joss Stone

By Website writer They performed on the same stage last week in Kampala in a show dubbed the "Joss Stone Live in Concert, Kampala". Now the latest vibe we hear is that after her splendid performance at the Design Hub on 18th January, Apio Moro is set for a collaboration with Stone, a Grammy Award winning artist with up...

South African promoter Zaina drags Chameleone to court

By Norah Mukimba It seems singer Jose Chameleon's year has not started with so many blessings because his again getting back in the press for failure to honour contractual obligations, after years of being on good behaviour in the public eye. Of late Chameleone is being accused by one of South African promoter Zaina Muwonge of Sezana...

Brotherhood: Chameleone to step in for Radio’s shows

By Norah Mukimba After the sad incident that happened to singer Mozey Radio and left him hospitalized in very critical condition at Case clinic, singer Jose Chameleone who is also close friends with Radio has come out and volunteered to step in and perform at all the Radio and Weasel shows for which they were booked and paid. This comes after...

Bobi Wine’s ghetto youths excited at parliament.

By Joan Murungi During his campaigns for the Kyadondo East by-election H.E Kyagulanyi Sentamu a.k.a Bobi promised to take the ghetto to parliament. Even though he then meant that he would represent the issues of the ghetto to the August house, Bobi Wine literary lived to the word when he ferried ghetto youths for a tour of parliament as a...

Elton John is quitting music after 50 years

Elton John is reportedly quitting music after 50 years. The legendary singer is allegedly gearing up to announce he is backing away from music according to The Mirror, although he is set to make an official statement later today. Elton is finishing his last performance of his Las Vegas show, The Million Dollar Piano, on 19 May after over...

Jazz legend Hugh Masekela dead

By Website writer Legendary jazz trumpeter Hugh Masekela, a leading figure in the struggle to end apartheid and 'the father of South African jazz', has died aged 78 after a decade long battle with cancer. Born April 4, 1939, in Witbank, Johannesburg, South Africa, Masekela succumbed to prostate cancer today morning. "After a protracted and courageous battle with prostate cancer, he...

Moze Radio admitted after bar fight

By Norah Mukimba Singer Moses Ssekibogo a.k.a Moze Radio might be having an inner illusionary feeling that he owns the world and can do whatever he feels like doing (good or bad) and get away with it. Current information reaching us is that the singer is currently admitted at case clinic in the ICU after being thumbed by the Freedom Beach...

Sentongo,Fabiola social media war rages

By Musa Semwanga It is not well with former BFFs Meddie Sentongo and Anita Fabiola. They are engaged in a war of words which shows no signs of ending soon. The tiff was sparked off by the words and insults the brown socialite used in regards to a question she was asked about her relationship with Meddie years back...

I am a ‘lioness’ in everything I do- Trinidad based singer Arielle Alexa

By Wilson Manishimwe Trinidadian singer and songwriter Arielle Cowie popularly known as Arielle Alexa says being a female in music industry hasn’t always been easy, hence refers to herself as a “lioness”. She has shared stage with a renowned Reggae star Tarrus Riley among other star musicians. Currently, she has a song dubbed feeling, which is one of the...

B2C release two new videos

By Winnie Nakassanje The fast rising trio; The B2C ended 2017 on a high following their collabo Gutamiiza with Radio and Weasel. Seeing as things are, they are not yet set to sit on their laurels in 2018. The latest information we hear is that they have released two fresh videos dubbed Sukuma and Wanyonoona. The videos...

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