By Consolate Namyalo
Friday, 14th December saw Fik Fameica put on his debut concert dubbed, “My Journey” at Kyadondo rugby grounds in Kampala ,with a crowd not as big as anticipated ,and this got people talking as typically expected.
There was too much talk on the streets and social media about why Fik Fameica chose a huge venue instead of opting for a smaller one, others called out Ugandan artists for failing to show up and support Fik’s concert while others said Fik Fameica put on a concert way too early before sealing himself as a big artist.
With all that going on, musician Apass told fans that Fik Fameica did not reach out to fellow artists for help him, adding that if he put on a concert himself it would never flop.
“If I make a concert, it can’t flop… that’s impossible I am too big for flops and I have so many haters who want to see me fail so they will come as well and join my huge fan base and enjoy the show, I won’t be singing for chairs. This i promise you. Save my tweet.”
The comment did not sit well with Ykeee Benda, who called out Apass for not being supportive.
“This is the part about you bro that is wrong…What Fik needs is your support at this moment..Not you trying down play his hustle in disguise of praising yours! Not cool!!…..Karma is a b***h remember that #OneLove”
This forced Apass to hit back at Ykee Benda saying he is not friends with either Fik or Ykee insinuating that Ykee Benda is senseless for sending such a tweet .
My tweet has nothing to do with what you said… if I had anything to say to Fik I would give him a call but he is not my friend just like you are not my bro but an associate in the industry. If I send for you, then am brainless. If you send for me, you’re senseless.
There goes the tweef! ……
I want to be like Eddy Kenzo, Ethiopia’s Tomy Plus breaks into East Africa
Not so often do we have artistes from the horn of Africa penetrate into East Africa, after Eritrean singer Sammy is Tomy Plus who has gone against all odds to break into the very competitive East African music industry. Tomy Plus despite his short stay in the industry is impressively amazing as two of his many songs “She don’t like” and “Zena Larigat” are enjoying Massive airplay in Uganda and East Africa, not something easy.
Tomy Plus is greatly aided by his dancing talent exhibited in his videos and makes them appealing to his fans. Tomy is slowly gaining favour and following into East Africa and Uganda particularly.
Who is Tomy Plus?
Tomy Plus real name Tomas Hailu is Ethopian aged 27 and is both a singer and dancer. His singing career started three years ago and has since done so many songs but most notably She don’t like and Zena Larigat that were done in Uganda.
He has been in Uganda three times on mission to connect with East African Countries musically as well as promoting Ethiopian Music Industry.
Tomy Plus started as a cultural dancer. He’s currently doing modern dance while singing.
He’s inspired by Chris Brown and Eddy Kenzo in Uganda.
He has performed on many big concerts in Ethiopia among them is Habesha in Ethiopia which he shared same stage with Eddy Kenzo.
Watch some of his videos here:
Zena Lagarit: https://youtu.be/iWfvQUn5vw8
She don’t like: https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=hYrZS9JQxWQ
Joan Lule takea SITIMA Y’AMAKA to Top TV
Former Bukedde and BBS Preseter has again landed in big monenies after Top TV beckoning the presenter to take on a big slot at the station.
Joan Lule’s signature TV show Sitima y’amaka is back but this time on Top TV. The show that started on 20th April has received massive acceptance and support in its two months on air. Sitima y’amaka airs every Saturday at 11PM.
Joan Lule has maintained and kept her show interesting for long that all the stations that have sought her services have adopted the show into their programing.
Relatedly, the presenter has also shown interest in politics after announcing she will stand for Woman MP Mpigi district.
Goat Races to return October
By Our Reporter
One of Uganda’s most popular social events, the Royal Ascot Goat Races, which curved a special place as the most anticipated event on Uganda’s social calendar returns this October.
At an official announcement made Thursday at Kabira Country Club, the organisers confirmed the ultimate fun show in Uganda will be happening on Saturday, October 12, 2019.
This event which will be hosted at its customary venue of Speke Resort, Munyonyo promises to recreate one of the most eagerly awaited weekends of merrymaking and extravagant fashion, which were the hallmarks of the Goat Races for years.
“The Goat Races are more than just another event in Uganda, it’s a place where people can come and network and mix along with business, pleasure and have a fun humorous time with good food and drinks all day long,” Ruparelia Group’s Managing Director Rajiv Ruparelia, the organisers of the event, said.
The goat races will entail eight races over the course of the day, with each race featuring eight goats. Anyone can sponsor a race, or buy a goat to participate in a race. The proceeds generated from the races will then go to a selected charity.
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