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Jazz Safari aids Kampala school of the handicapped

By Website writer The Johnnie Walker Jazz Safari doesn’t happen until June 30, but its most beautiful tunes already rent the air at the Kampala School for the Physically Handicapped. Selected as the beneficiary of the annual jazz event’s charity initiative for this year, the school has had specialised equipment set up to help supplement the learning efforts and skills...

Cameroon Gitawo spends sh20m on Ssemwanga anniversary

By Website writer When Don Ivan Ssemwanga died on May 25, last years, South African based Cameroon Gitawo was among those who came out to help the orphans to his deceased friend. He however faced resistance from Ssemwanga’s family with the widow, Zari Hassan and some of Ssemwanga’s family declaring they were self-sufficient and turned...

Fille, Sheebah excite Fame Lounge revellers

By Musa Ssemwanga Singers Sheebah and Fille were on top form as they thrilled revelers a new theme night premier at Fame Lounge. The Fame Xperiences will happen every Thursday at the Kololo based night bar and Lounge with Jemima and the Unit 466 Band giving the revelers the best band experience at the fun packed night . At the night...

Sheebah stars in “tomorrow” collabo with Congolese born stars

By Musa Ssemwanga While most Ugandans are looking out for music collaborations, there are those looking for opportunities with our musicians. Latest on the radar of the foreign artistes is singer Sheebah karungi. She has bagged a collaboration with Congolese born artistes known as Brotherz Musik. They have hit the studio and produced a hot single, "Tomorrow', which is...

Deejay Roja, Slick Stuart thrill fans at French-Uganda friendship week

By Musa Semwanga FOR the second consecutive year, the Embassy of France together with the Uganda Olympic Committee organised a successful France-Uganda friendship week. The week that ended on Saturday 24th March at the Kyadondo Rugby Club with a rugby match between the Uganda Rugby 7s and the French army rugby team, was later followed by a music concert featuring...

Jamaican Singer Kuzi Kz Arrives ahead of the Reggae Fest

By Norah Mukimba Jamaican artiste Kuzi Kz has arrived in the country a few weeks ahead of the much anticipated Reggae Fest. Kuzi will be among the top artists that will headline The Raggae Fest Jam 2018 festival that is to be held at Lugogo Legends grounds on March 24. Known for his various hits like “Gyal Dem she” and “My love”,...

Tanzania’s AY weds long time fiancée.

By Cissy Apiso Tanzania rapper real names Ambwene Allen Yessayah weds his long time lover only identified as Remy at Pristine white sandy beach in Dar es Salaam over the weekend. Rapper Mwana FA was the best man and some of the people on the guest list included radio personality Shaffie Weru, fashion designer Fundi Frank, producer Hermy B were...

Goodlyfe ends partnership with Bryan White

By Norah Mukimba After a video showing Kampala socialite Bryan White calling out Weasel at a public function in a demeaning manner going viral on social media it marked the beginning and end of two parties. Through their Facebook page, the Goodlyfe have decided to terminate their working relationship with the Socialite due to what they called disrespect. The label...

Gospel Singer Hanson Baliruno embarks on regional media tour

By Musa Ssemwanga Musician Hanson Baliruno is one of the fresh and promising talents on the local music scene. He recently courted controversy with his catchy gospel song, Njaga. Courting controversy seems to have catapulted him to greater heights. The 30-year old singer who has songs like Follow follow, Yes Yes, Okay, Kikute among others has embarked on...

Radio’s Family to Continue Benefiting from his Musical Contracts

BY PAUL IBANDA Just a few months after the Goodlyfe crew signed a contract with Content Connect Africa, one of the members Mowzey Radio past on in a mysterious way but the news reaching us reveals how the family of the deceased shall continue benefiting from the projects and contracts that is still running for three consecutive years. The...

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