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Slay queens and Kings get new Salon

By Musa Semwanga It seems slay queens/kings,celebrities and forth have now got another place to help keep up their good looks. Does it also mean that Kampala is fast growing day and night with new sophisticated beauty outlets coming up ?? First it was Zziwa(Hair by zziwa) then Mart Barber and now Jefferson who launched his exotic Salon last weekend at...

Tarrus Riley show pushed forward again!

By Norah Mukimba Once again the talk of one Jamaican-American reggae artiste Tarrus Riley coming to Kampala has resurrected after another promoter managed to tie down the Jamaican star to perform in Kampala later in the year. If we remember, Tarrus was advertised to perform in Kampala last December, but the show was cancelled a few weeks to the date after...

Bebe Cool Flags off heart victim

By Kampala Sun writer Singer Bebe Cool’s heart patient initiative is already paying off. On Sunday, the singer flagged off the first baby suffering from heart complications for an advanced operation in India. This follows the endless pleas for financial help by the baby’s mother to Bebe Cool to the extent that she camped at his residence crying...

Mariam Ndagire celebrates female art

By Musa Semwanga Women Musicians,actress',producers,script writers ,radio and Tv hosts were rewarded at Bat Valley Theatre during the 1st Annual Female performing Artist’s Conference. An annual workshop organised by Mariam Ndagire Film and performing Art Centre,it was the first of its kind as it is aimed at rewarding,acknowledging,sensitizing and addressing Women in Art problems. It was organised as part of...

Sheebah Karungi fires up Amnesia

By Musa Semwanga Sheebah Karungi struggled musically the whole of last year despite having good singles and collaborations with both local and international singers. However,she her come back approach this year seems to be working out for her already. She headlined the weekly Campus night theme at Club Amnesia last Thursday and indeed she did not disappoint. Being a chilly evening,there was fear...

Blind psychologist hunts for music promoter

By Vivian Agaba Isa Kagiri, a, k.a, Jan-Lian, a blind psychologist is hunting for a music promoter to take his music to the next level. Kagiri, in his late 20’s and a graduate of Makerere University says he has written many songs, mostly on behavior change, among them, a song titled “disability is not inability” in which he cautions society against...

Stop attacking upcoming artists- Pallaso blasts Bebe

By Stella Naigino Pius Mayanja aka pallaso told fellow artist Bebecool to stop abusing and throwing insults at upcoming artists. Speaking on a local television yesterday, Pallaso said, for a long time Bebecool has been out there throwing insults and him and comparing him to all sorts of bad people but its time he stops because he has got a lot...

Wendy to join Angel Music label after her Radio tribute song

By Norah Mukimba The Goodlyfe’s remaining singer Douglas Mayanja commonly known as Weasel is set to sign a local singer only identified as Wendy Thelma to their Angel Music Label. Wendy made a tribute cover of the Late Mowzey Radio and Weasel song but only covered Radio’s parts in the mashup. The video which was released yesterday afternoon has since received massive...

Jose Chameleone cracks juicy deal with French Embassy

By Norah Mukimba One of Uganda’s most talented musicians Jose Chameleone has cracked a juicy deal, and that will be the main artiste come March 24 at Kyadondo Rugby grounds during the climax of Uganda -France week celebrations. The singer signed the deal with French Ambassador to Uganda, M. René FORCEVILLE,who was excited to meet the 2015 AFRIMA song writer of...

Afrigo ‘kill it’ at Liquid Silk unplugged session

By Musa Ssemwanga The legendary Afrigo band started their unplugged session last night with “ Eyauni Emaali,” a popular song from Teso that was abridged by Rachael Magoola. The 52-year-old band immersed revellers both young and old in a live and rich musical experience that can be rivalled by only a few Ugandans musicians. Songs like “Jim,” “Speed Controlle,” “Obangaina”...

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