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Nkumba University’s Namirimu​ wins Miss Pearl 2018

By Musa Ssemwanga The first ever beauty peagent this year 2018 was on last weekend at the Golf Course Hotel Kampala. The Miss Pearl grand finale had 15 finalists contest for the grand prize(Raum Car)after a month of boot camp which saw 20 other girls dropped. These girls, representing the various regions in Uganda, showcased their regional cultural virtues in...

Irene Ntale bags Mr. Eazi collabo

By website writer While Irene Ntale's replacement at Swangz Avenue, Vinka has chosen to sound like West African musicians, in her song Ketchup, Ntale has opted for collaborations with them. The latest we hear is that the solo artiste has managed scoop a collabo with Ghanian star, Mr. Eazi. Our snoops have learnt that she has been in Kenya...

Cassper Nyovest to perform at first Full Moon Party

By Website writer The FNB Stadium is South Africa has a capacity of 94,736 people. Well, one musician was able to fill it up to brim. That is the South African music sensation, Cassper Nyovest. He will be performing in Uganda this Good Friday at the MTN Full Moon Party. Known for songs like "Doc Shebeleza" and “Girlfriend” he...

Urban TV launches National dancing competitions

By Ramadhan Abbey The Urban Television in partnership with Kunta promotion has launched dancing competitions aimed at discovering and promoting young talents in all regions of the Country. The competition will see the winner walk away with sh30m, first runners up sh.15 m while the second runner up will also go home with sh5m Speaking during the flagging off National Dancing competition...

Jose Chameleone defends wife’s nudes

By Website writer Ugandan online puritans have angrily reacted to a nude photoshoot by Jose Chameleone’s wife, Daniella Atim Mayanja. Atim, who is in the US, where she flew to deliver the couple’s fifth child, posed nude at her baby shower with cleverly drawn paint covering her modesty. “The weed she has smoked is either from Mexico or Columbia,...

Isaiah Katumwa holds Hugh Masekela tribute concert

By Website writer Isaiah Katumwa will this year hold his annual concert in tribute to the fallen ‘father of South African Jazz’ and internationally celebrated jazz icon, Hugh Masekela, in a special show featuring a true African legend originally from Cameroon based in Paris, Manu Dibango. He is a musician, song writer and saxophonist best known for his 1972...

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...

Don’t compare me to Michael Ezra- Bryan white

By Stella Naigino Social socialite Brian Kirumira aka Bryan White came out and asked people not to compare him to Mike Ezra. He made the statement last Friday in a television interview where he says, his actions are for a noble cause and not for just spending unnecessarily like Mike Ezra used to do. Ezra used to flash money in bars and...

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”...

Kidnappers chopped off Magara’s fingers

By Website writer Fresh details have emerged about the circumstances under which Sarah Magara was kidnapped and later killed by unknown assailants. In an interview with online nres source Nile Post, Lenny Muganwa, the grandfather to the deceased said Magara was kidnapped as she left the gym. “She was in office up to 8:30pm and left to go to the...

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