Ugandan Music Artistes and Their Districts of Origin:
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    / July 31, 2013

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    By Ian Ortega

    Masaka Tops List After carrying out a month long survey, we now reveal the full list of popular Ugandan music artistes and their districts of origin. We can now tell which district produces the most popular artistes.

    1. Keko: Tororo District

    2. Bobi Wine: Masaka

    3. Juliana Kanyomozi: Fort Portal

    4. David Lutalo: Luwero

    5. Jackie Chandiru: Arua

    6. Rachael Magola: Iganga

    7. Maro: Jinja

    8. Eddy Kenzo: Masaka

    9. Gravity Omutujju: Butalejja

    10. Captain Dollar: Jinja

    11. Abdu Mulasi: Masaka

    12. Coco Finger: Lira

    13. Lady Mariam: Ntugamo

    14. Don Balaam: Ntugamo

    15. Mathias Walukaaga: Masaka

    16. Sizzaman: Wakiso

    17. Jamal: Masaka

    18. MUN G: Masaka

    19. 1rail: Jinja

    20. Bebe Cool: Masaka

    21. Late Herman Basudde: Masaka

    22. Late Prince Job Paulo Kafeero: Buikwe District

    23. Cindy: Hoima

    24. Pr.Wilson Bugembe: Masaka

    25. Ronald Mayinja: Gomba

    26. Navio: Masaka/Kampala

    27. Sister Charity: Bushenyi

    28. Tonix: Mbarara

    29. Judith Babirye: Mbale

    30. Rema: Masaka

    31. Jose Chameleone: Wakiso

    32. Santana: Bushenyi

    33. Lumix: Gulu

    34. Annet Nandujja: Gomba

    35. Barbie jay: Fort Portal

    36. Bella: Jinja 37. Kid fox: Jinja

    38. Aziz Azion: Fort Portal

    39. Geofrey Lutaaya: Rakai

    40. Charles Sekyewa: Rakai

    41. Vampino: Pallisa

    42. Maurice Kirya: Pallisa

    43. Late Martin Angume: Kayunga

    44. Edwin Ruyonga: Masindi

    45. Atlas: Mbarara

    46. Loketo Lee: Gulu

    In the list, it was revealed that Masaka District topped as the district that has produced the most popular Ugandan artistes. Most artistes, alive and dead were revealed to have been born and raised in Masaka.

    In fact, if there is one district that has the biggest say on Uganda’s music industry, it’s definitely Masaka. Jinja came in the second position, though most of its artistes did not always last for long in the music industry.

     





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