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5 most hated artistes in Uganda

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Bebe CoolBebe Cool drastically moved from one of the most loved artistes to one if not the most hated artiste. His music is always on point and he is arguably the best or second best artiste to ever grace the industry.

His recent involvement in politics and particularly the ruling NRM party has left his music lovers divided and he is with no doubt one of the most hated artistes in Uganda. He is also the only artiste who was chased of stage with bottles at a concert. Good thing Bebe Cool doesn’t seem to care.

Sasha BrightonThe upcoming female singer was not ever on people’s minds until recently when she snatches a married man. Her slowly flourishing music career has hit a dead end after her relationship with Shonga. Sasha Brighton has faced so much criticism for always fronting her relationship with Shonga who has a wedding ring from another marriage. Previously she had dated Eddy Kenzo, Producer Renix with whom she has a kid, Big Eye and other uncelebrated men. All this has cut her love from the fans by more than half.

Lydia JazmineWhile her music still staggers, she has not pulled much attention lately. She is the true example of musicians who abandon people who made them. Her separation from Bushington who natured her into the music business did not go well with her fans. She has since moved from manager to manager seeking revival and so has her music, she is on a decline and fans love people who impress, she is not one.

Catherine KusasiraLike Bebe Cool, Catherine Kusasira and her involvement in politics has not gone well with her fans and Ugandans. She has on several ocassions bragged about the President being her father. Ugandan music lovers do not love their artistes getting close to NRM and Kusasira does not hide her love for the ruling party

Fik FameicaFik Fameica before November was the most loved artiste or his music fans pretended. It is at his concert at Kyadondo rugby grounds that he knew all his fans were hypocrites. Todate, he has the latest testimony of hypocrisy.

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Kenyan DJ Pierre Makena coming to Uganda

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Kenyan Female DJ Makena will be coming to Uganda and particularly to Bbunga based nightlife spot Nomad bar and grill. The grill is slated for 7th September in a night themed “All ladies affair party”. DJ Pierre will be joined by DJ Lola from Uganda.

Event will be hoosted by NTV’s MC Esco, DJ Ace and DJ Kerb. The DJ Makena is also an actress and TV host and has served in the inaugural season of popular reality music show, Tusker Project Fame.

Determined to network with industry bigwigs, she poured herself into her duties and soon enough, climbed through the ranks becoming a camerawoman. The calls she so desperately longed for also started pouring in as the producers of TV drama series Tahidi High contacted her for a role.DJ Pierra Makena won best supporting actress for her role in When Love Comes Around at the annual Nollywood and African Film Critics awards held in Los Angeles.

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The MultiChoice Talent Factory announces the

MTF Academy Class of 2019

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MultiChoice Africa is thrilled to announce that the final students for the MultiChoice Talent Factory (MTF) Academy Class of 2019 have been chosen. After a two-month long rigorous selection process across 13 African countries, 60 aspiring filmmakers representing East Africa, Southern Africa and West Africa will begin their 12-month training programme at the MTF Academies in Nairobi, Lusaka & Lagos in October this year.

The final candidates were selected after a rigorous interview and adjudication process by film and television experts, as well as regional Academy Directors Njoki Muhoho (East Africa), Berry Lwando (Southern Africa) and Femi Odugbemi (West Africa). Launched in May 2018 as part of MultiChoice Africa’s ground-breaking corporate shared value (CSV) initiative, the MTF Academy is a 12-month fully-funded training programme aimed at upskilling the next generation of passionate young film creatives. As the first touchpoint of the shared-value initiative, the academy’s curriculum was tailored alongside MultiChoice Africa partner institutions Pan-Atlantic University in Lekki, Kenyatta University in Nairobi, and the University of Zambia in Lusaka, which will respectively confer the course qualification upon completion of the academy programme.

In addition, The Henley Business School offers an orientation intervention to the students at the beginning and end of the 12-month programme. The appetite for training opportunities across Africa is massive within the creative film and TV industry, according to MultiChoice Talent Factory Director Cheryl Uys-Allie, which is exactly why the MTF Academy programme was launched.“As one of the few industry players that not only tell African stories but also invest in them, the need for a dynamic training programme such as the MTF Academy has been a long time coming. As MultiChoice Africa, we always ask ourselves: what’s next in the industry, and how can we better prepare for it? The MTF Academy was the answer to that question: By giving young Africans the chance to hone their television and film production skills,” says Uys-Allie.The Class of 2019 is hot on the heels of the inaugural Class of 2018, who are ready to graduate and have their first films screened on M-Net channels and Showmax.

This year’s class will reap the additional rewards of -new partnerships between the MTF Academy and Jasco Broadcast Solutions as well as Nihilent with its connection to Bollywood, as well as existing partnerships with the New York Film Academy College of Visual & Performing Arts (NYFA), DOLBY Institute and Universal Music Nigeria (UMG). As part of their curriculum, the 2019 candidates will also be exposed to the MTF Masterclasses, aimed at upskilling industry professionals and emerging creatives alike by offering exclusive access to practical, expert-led industry skills workshops across the 13 participating countries. Here’s to another year of investing directly in Africa’s dynamic storytelling spirit through the MTF Academy!

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Prophet Elvis Mbonye jets in gospel artiste Ron Kenoly ahead of showcase this Sunday

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In the wee hours of Thursday 29th, American gospel singer Ron Kenoly jetted into the country to an over whelming welcome at Entebbe Airport. Ron Kenoly will on 1st September, this Sunday be at Zoe fellowship grounds in Lugogo opposite the KCCA Football grounds. Ron Kenoly is famous for his worship songs like Ancient of days, Lift him up, I see the Lord, Sing out among many more.

Ron Kenoly was born on December 6 in 1944 and is an American Christian worship leader, singer, and songwriter whose expressed mission is “to create an environment for the manifest presence of God”. His musical style is one of jubilant praise and individual excellence on musical instruments. Although Kenoly himself only plays on one of his recordings, he leads comfortably with his voice and is always backed up by musicians and a large choir.

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