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Ugandan musicians are NOT creative — Geosteady

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Ugandan artistes are not creative, at least according to musician Geosteady.

The “Owooma” singer has revealed that the local music industry is still lagging behind on the African continent because musicians are reluctant to explore new music styles.

He made the remarks while speaking about his recent music tour in South Africa. “Our music is not played in South African nightclubs,” he said. “I hang out in different nightclubs but not even one Ugandan song was played.”

Geosteady further went on to add that Ugandan music sounds the same to foreigners.

“Ugandan music all sounds the same,” he explained. “Artistes are not creative. Most singers usually ask producers to make a beat he has heard somewhere and  do not allow producers to exercise their creativity.”

He concluded noting that musicians need to be more creative to be able compete more favorably on the continent.

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Ykee Benda to headline “Live Music Xplosion” anniversary celebration

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Singer Karole will this Friday celebrate the one year anniversary of her live music explosions at a concert that will feature Ykee Benda.

This follows successful editions of the monthly “Karole Live Music Xplosion” where she features different musical acts.

The budding singer previously featured artists like Nina Roz, Rabadaba, Cieska LItes, Maro, Vampino, Guitar Maestro and Vocalist Myko Ouma among others.

The very energetic songstress, who will be backed by S&S band has promised a thrilling performance and will also be releasing a new video dubbed “Musujja”.

The show will be held at Rumour bar, Bukoto.

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Zanie Brown’s 100 Dollar Masters Dinner Sells Out

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Behind what may be the most expensive dinner concert in Uganda, there lies a humble soul named Zanie Brown.

On Sunday  evening, the singer held a dinner at Gardens Hotel, Entebbe where guests were charged $100 (Roughly UGX 360,000) for entrance and $1000 (UGX 3.6 Million) for a table.

The show was massively attended by corporate companies and key sector stakeholders in the country.

“She wanted an exclusive, special show for her fans,” said a close source. “In terms of ticket prices, this is one of the most expensive shows not only for the artist, but Uganda at large.”

At the show, as earlier publicized, the singer premiered her new song “Mugulu”, an inspirational, melodic track synonymous to her recent uplifting projects like “Muyaye.”

“Mugulu may not just be a track, it could be her album title too,” a source speculated when asked for details of the song.

Despite the subtle advertising, Zanie pulled, according to eye-witnesses, one of the most epic, well-attended plush dinners ever.

 

 

 

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The Baninas Drop Win Anything Audio, Listen to it here

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Uganda’s singing duo The Baninas have finally released their debut song titled Win Anything that people have been anxiously waiting for

Win Anything is a love ballad which was produced by top producer Sir Dan Magic, in the song The Baninas sing about their lovers that if they are with them, their love can win anything

listen to the song here

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