By Paul Waiswa
In music circles, she is known as Shifah Musisi, but her real names are Shifah Nalubega. She is best known for her afro soul music songs, Sanyu Lyange and Muntu Mulamu, off her seven-track album titled Olugendo, that have earned rotational air-play on radio and TV.
Nevertheless, she also owns Marish Designs – a fashion and design house whose name she coined from her mother’s and her names.
Last Friday soothing genre and love ballad singer Shifah Musis had a concert that was a success and a credit to her career compared to the short time lived in the circuit. The mood, the glamour was at its fullness as Afro-soul star Shifah Musisi wrapped up the presumably most soulful year that witnessed a couple of concerts by soul performers.
The production was tailored by Artiste Kaz Kasozi and managed by Dorothy Nabunjo’s Karizm that left revelers wanting more as art took its course at Golf course Hotel in Kampala. Shifah performed alongside singers Kenneth Mugabi, Geostedy, Maurice Kirya, Andereya Baguma and Jose sax among others.
The concert that fused modern and afro performances witnessed a couple of traditional dances as Shifah recreated her favorite numbers with visuals. Screens and lights were set up by fanon records.
The ‘Owoluganda’ singer who is also a designer behind Marish Fashion store never hesitated to give way to fashion that her costumes kept revelers glued waiting on what the next attire would be. The singer also gave a chance other designers that Included Tondo designs who did her last attire and the band costume.