The 6th edition of Roast and Rhyme went down on Sunday at Jahazi Pier, Munyonyo. Dubbed the “Reggae Ragga Nyam Nyam” edition, the event attracted scores of revelers who enjoyed live music as they indulged their palates on the plentiful meat supply that was being roasted throughout the day.
This edition featured several music acts who included Sizza Man, Rabadaba, Henry Tigan, Bennie Gunter, Steve Keys, and Janzi band among others.
Revelers started coming in as early as 11am. Those that arrived at the venue before 1 pm got themselves free meat coupons and a 4 pack of Bell Lager. At the fete, Uganda Breweries Red Card responsible drinking ambassador, Flavia Tumusiime also celebrated her 29th birthday with some of her fans who seized the moment to take “selfies” with her.
Musician Sizza Man, who took to the stage at around 7:30pm fired up the crowd with songs like Kafunda, Lusama and his old time hit, Taxi money which had the crowd sing along. He later paved way for Singer Henry Tigan who performed his hits like Abogezi, Sweet wine, Voom voom among others. By the time Reggae and Ragga artiste Rabadaba took to the stage at around 9PM, the crowd was already excited. Rabadaba performed his songs like “Mukyamu”and “Bwekiri”.
The event ended at around 10pm as individuals departed at leisure.
Youth gangs start rehabilitation life under Bryan White Foundation
As Bryan White Foundation under its architect Bryan White continue to change lives of street gang affected members, seven members who recently denounced the criminal activities have started a new life under the guidance of Bryan White Foundation (BWF).On Monday, Bryan White welcomed seven members who told appalling stories of grabbing and stealing of people’s property along Kampala streets and surrounding towns.The members said they have started a fresh life free from criminal and were pleased with the help Bryan White and his foundation are giving them.
Bryan White while receiving the youths at his foundation makeshift offices, said there is need for people with authorities and platform to engage the young generation into proper direction.
“I call upon every Ugandan who has the authority or platform to talk to the youth to change their ways of living. They lack direction and need help for sure, we must change their mindset and instill hope in them that there is life after street gangs,” Bryan White“These youths don’t want to know and all they are looking for is life… we need to talk them and explain what is on the ground by giving them proper direction. Our children need a sorted future free from criminals and if we don’t talk to these street kids then we won’t have a secure future for them (children),” he added.
B2C Manager Quits
By Consolate Namyalo
Ugandan music trio,B2C soldiers have sent out an official communication to media and fans ,letting them know that the person who has been their manager since they started making music, Mugerwa Andrew is no longer in charge of the group.
In an official communication notice released this morning , they go ahead to appreciate him for the work he has done, helping them win a couple of awards, release a debut album and making over 15 amazing music videos under his management. It goes ahead to say that their now ex manager, has very many pressing issues at the moment that he is dealing with and cannot balance them with managing the group.
The music trio now looks forward to working with new management, as they let press, fans and friends know that they will be unveiling a new manager in the shortest time possible, and currently managing themselves under B2C Management.
A Pass wipes his Instagram of all posts
By Nila Faisal
Controversial singer A Pass has shocked fans after he wiped his Instagram page of all posts.
The official social media account of the singer on the photo sharing platform that boasts of over 220,000 followers, now has only three videos, promoting his latest songs.
It remains unclear what made the “Oruso” singer take the drastic action.
A Pass recently raised eye brows after he announced that he will be running for presidency in 2021, reasoning that he is what Uganda needs in a president. However, his announcement was met with so much ridicule and many fans accused him of using it to promote his music.
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