Former NTV news anchor Faith Ariho who left the Serena based station and joined Vision Groups’ English station Urban TV is well on the way to a mega promotion. This follows the exit of long serving news editor Herbert Were of Urban TV. His exit comes at a time when many Urban TV employees have been leaving the station.
After Were’s exit, no one has been chosen by the station management to replace Herbert for over a week now.
According to the Sun, the only person who is in line for this job is the beautiful and hardworking Faith Ariho. Her only threat should be Angelo Izama formerly of Nation Media. We wish her all the best.
In related news, the Urban TV signal has now reached Arua. The West Nile district is the latest to be hooked on to the Urban TV platform.The station signal also spills over to parts of Bunyoro, particularly Masindi. You can access the channel in Arua on channel 38, Gulu channel 25 and Soroti channel 44.
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Photos: Chameleone thrills fans in Masaka
By Our Reporter
Saturday night at Club Tavern was a refreshing dose of fun, excitement and energy for Masaka’s party animals as the Johnnie Walker Highball Tour came to their town.
The party started with Selector Jay alongside Miss Deedan on stage, setting the tone for the evening with an energetic display as they hyped up the crowd.
Not long after, the star of the night, Jose Chameleone took to the stage sending the crowd wild with excitement. He brought the house down with songs like “Mateka”, “Mama Mia,” “Hana” before winding down his enthralling performance with his hit song “Wale Wale” that had revelers up on their feet wishing the night would not end.
There was also a performance from Chosen Becky who entertained the crowd with her songs like “Byabangi”, “Kyosaba,” “Bankuza”—a particular favourite with the crowd.
The night was capped with Masaka’s very own Basakala Boys who had the crowds going wild with laughter at their comical acts not forgetting DJ Batta, DJ Katts and MC Might Dragon who took it a notch higher with music mixing that kept the revellers dancing until the wee hours of Sunday morning.
Here are some photos from the event.
Photos: Elvis Sekyanzi opens new hangout spot “Whispers” in Bugolobi
Silk events proprietor Elvis Sekyanzi has opened up a new spot in Bugolobi and has named it Whispers Lounge. The hangout is located next to dfcu Bank on Spring Road in Bugolobi.
They serve all kinds of food; breakfast, lunch buffet, dinner and fast foods. The hangout will officially be open to the public this Friday on 28th but we have checked it out already and can confirm it will be a place with good ambiance for you.
Check it out here
Why Are There No More Sexy Celebs in Uganda?
By Staff Writer
People of Fury and Wilder, you will excuse me but I have a very important question.
Who are the sexiest Ugandan celebrities today?
Why on Earth don’t I have a single celebrity I am crushing on? Doesn’t that speak to the death of this industry?
Imagine in those days the things Barbara Yata did to me. Just her name alone would cause you to start dreaming about the endless possibilities of life.
Then we had Karitas. Oba who uses to give these people names? There was a full thought process that went into these days, forget these things of Zahara Toto.
Now I hear even Lilian Barenzi abandoned us and opted for the US Navy.
Those days just hearing the name Seanice Kacungira would get you singing; “Tweyagale.” How do we explain to the next generation that Full Figure was on the top list?
What did we do as an industry?
Whatever it’s faults, WBS TV is the best thing that ever happened to this industry. It built it from scratch….
Someone bring back the good old days where Omwana would ask for meleva, you give her milk nabuuka…
Meet Calvin Classic, a Ugandan singer headed for stardom
If you are a fan of urban Ugandan music, Calvin Classic is definitely your kind of artist.
Calvin Classic born Kiweewa Calvin is a fast raising talented recording artist, singer, song-writer and performer whose distinguishing style and hard work has over the past few months manifested through his awe-inspiring sound and tunes.
Calvin is versatile. He can sing, write, compose, perform and play almost every popular instrument that exists .
How It All Started
Calvin Classic who doubles as Classic Bwoy started molding his vocal talent from an early age, listening and singing to mainstream music which inspired him to become a recording artiste.
He was also motivated by the success of artistes like Diamond Platnumz, Eddy Kenzo and Geosteady among others that he grew up listening to.
His music career kick started back in 2017 when he dropped his first single Magdalani that was warmly welcomed, recieving massive airplays on both radio and TV stations
The 22 year old singer has so far over the past 2 years recorded over 16 songs that he is set to drop this year in order to take the music industry by storm
Calvin Classic aka Kiweewa Calvin was born in Bukomansimbi Masaka in 1998, having grown up around Kampala suburbs to be specific Kireka, the singer has worked all his way up to the top where we have known him from.
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