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Chronnix Puts Up One of The Best Ugandan Performances in 2019

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By Staff Writer
I have woken up just in the right state to offer a sober review of the Chronixx concert. Let me say this; if you want to party without any safety fears, you can never go wrong with a Talent Africa event.

That said; there is no music genre that hits deep into the soul and spirit like Reggae. Reggae is not just a part of our life, Reggae is life itself.

So Chronnix makes an entry with “Here Comes Trouble.” For a moment I was worried that after this song, how else will he keep his not so usual fans glued to him. Well, he still had more in package for them. He did the ‘Smile Jamaica’, he noted up on ‘Aint No Giving Up.’ The intro just heightens you up; “Rastafari never, never leave I alone…”

He caught us on ‘They don’t know.’ He reminded us that ‘Black is Beautiful.’ And then we all went crazy on ‘Skankin Sweet.’

I was personally blessed to have him close up with ‘Legend.’ For no bettey way to say thanks than with the song.

I must say it was a concert of inner peace. Rastas are not trying to prove a point. At some point I was the celeb in my area; with my half of a blunt, I did spread love around. The revellers around could not stop worshipping me from saving them from the famine and thirst. I guess I am their legend.

The vibe was just right on every level except for the sound issues when Weasel came on stage and was joined by Chameleone. The emcees did not disappoint. Vampino, Cindy, Rabadaba and Maddox were surely in the groove. Nina Roz’ performance seemed offside. But she still got us with her star image.

When the concert ended, people remained locked in their position. Chronixx had made 2 hours of a performance seem like just 30. Imagine 2 hours of non-stop reggae. The crowd wanted more and more; for reggae is a drug you can’t help but keep taking. Even those who had not the slightest idea of Chronnixx left with ears full of gratitude.

When we talk concerts of the year, this one has earned its position right there at the top…

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Bebe Cool, Sheebah, Spice Diana line up with Nigeria’s Rude Boy on Valentines day

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Rude Boy of the P Square duo will be live in Kampala on Valentine’s Day to perform at Lugogo Cricket Oval. While he alone should be able to attract a sizeable audience, the promoters of Rude Boy live in Kampala have added a mouthwatering number of performers to event.

Rude Boy will perform alongside much loved Uganda singers Sheebah, Spice Diana, Bebe Cool Eddy Kenzo and Navio. It will be a show worth spending both time and money as the cream will gather and share stage and climax it with one of Africa’s finest Rude Boy.

Rude Boy’s music is much enjoyed in Uganda and it will be a great experience see him perform it live. He has done songs like Reason with me, Double Double, Take it, Together, Fire Fire among many others.

Rude Boy live in Kampala will be hosted by Alex Muhangi and will also feature top notch comedians in the country.

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DJ Ciza teams up with Vyper Ranking and Cosign in new song — “Karekye”. Listen to it here!

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DJ Ciza is back with new music. The popular radio and club deejay has released his first song of the year titled, “Karekye”, on which he teams up with Cosign and dancehall singer Vyper Ranking.

According to Ciza, the song was recorded on Christmas day. “While most of you were having enjoyments, we were in studio cooking a timeless banger that this song is about to be.” He quipped.

The song was produced by Nexo and mastered by Herbert Skills.

Karekye is Ciza’s fourth studio single. Other songs to his name include, Bad Energy (ft. Cosign), Gukubira Wa (ft. Nutty Neithan), and No Competition (ft. Mugaba).

Listen to the song below.

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Galaxy FM pays tribute to Mowzey Radio for a full week

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For the biggest part of the past decade, Kansanga based 100.2 Galaxy FM proved to be the biggest supporter of Ugandan music and it is still doing so up to date.

As a way of remembering the life of one of the iconic musicians of our generation, the fallen soldier. Legendary Mowzey Radio, the self proclaimed “Bazinnyi” have launched a campaign known as the #GalaxyRadioWeek meant to celebrate the life of the arguably the most talented vocalist Uganda has ever seen.

During this week that runs from 25th January to 01st Feb, the late singer’s profile, music, experiences with fellow artistes and entertainers in general, quotes among others will be played all day and night on air and broadcasted on the station’s digital channels before climaxing the celebration at 911 Lounge where the late singer’s music will play throughout the night that will feature Galaxy FM presenters, deejays, well wishers, fans and the Radio and Weasel family.

On that night, Saturday 1st February, lots of Radio branded goodies from Galaxy FM will be given out to the lucky fans.

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