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…
Audio producer Rinex withdraws from Zzina awards, see why
Producer Rinex has withdrawn from Zzina awards after being nominated in the best audio producer category.
The power records producer cites that he is giving platform for younger producers to shine and therefore will not be apart of the awards. He posted “In 2017, we created an association of audio producers in Uganda called APAU and by God’s grace I was elected as the President. Our main mission is to promote love, unity and improve on the creativity of audio producers by sharing ideas.
We achieved this, all I pray is, the love and unity keep growing stronger for the betterment of our industry.
I was nominated in #ZzinnaAwards alongside my fellow brothers.
An award is a token of appreciation for hardwork, @galaxyfm1002 thank you so much for recognizing my hardwork 2019/2020.
With due respect, I would love to dedicate my nomination to my fellow brothers listed below who still need more platform and they have really worked so hard to transform this music industry.
I dedicated my self to nurturing producers since then and by God’s grace they’re making it to the top;
I’m still producing more producers.
Please vote for your favourite producer.
On behalf of APAU, I WOULD LOVE TO CONGRATULATE MY BROTHERS FOR THEIR HARDWORK 2019/2020.
TO OTHER PRODUCERS; THIS IS JUST A AWAKE UP CALL FOR ALL OF US TO PULL UP OUR SOCKS”
Fun factory celebrates 10 years with 5 star madness exhibition at Serena
Comedy group Fun Factory today announced they will be celebrating 10 years of existence and togetherness in a 5 star madness show on Serena on holy Thursday of 9th April. The 5 star madness show will mark their 10 years since their first show on 5th January 2010.
The 5 star madness show at Serena will be aimed at giving an opportunity to all their fans a chance to be apart of the show.
Tickets are on sale at 80K early birds and 100K on the day.
Fun factory will also take a countrywide with 9 other showd in Mbarara, Mbale, Jinja, Gulu, Lira, Masaka among other towns.
The comedians have also given 10 free shows to their fans online starting tonight on their official FaceBook page.
“Fun Factory does 52 shows in a year and we do not take that lightly. We are rewarding our fans and also celebrating 10 years of togetherness” Richard Tuwangye said.
Miss Uganda – Canada inaugural edition launched
By Our Reporter
The inaugural edition of the Miss Uganda – Canada beauty pageant has been launched.
Organised by BigSeal Foundation in partnership with the Miss Uganda Foundation and Uganda High Commission in Canada, the pageant is aimed at celebrating and empowering Ugandan women domiciled in Canada through appreciating their beauty and different talents.
“The Ugandan community in Canada has not been given due attention with other pageants like the Miss Uganda North America,” Kyobe Jack, a representative from the BigSeal Foundation explained. “We want to exhaust all the Ugandan communities and will be traversing all the provinces in Canada.”
The beauty pageant auditions will take place in the four provinces of Canada, kicking off on 6th June in Ottawa, then 13th June in Toronto, 20th June in Vancouver and 27th June in Edmonton. They will culminate into a grand finale on 4th July in Toronto where the Miss Uganda – Canada beauty queen will be crowned.
While speaking to media on Wednesday, Brenda Nanyonjo, the CEO Miss Uganda Foundation revealed that their partnership with the BigSeal Foundation comes as part of their efforts to build relationships with other pageants in the diaspora.
“The Miss Uganda franchise under Kezi Entertainment is celebrating 10 years this year and this partnership is very timely as we are now trying to build relationships with the diaspora community,” said Brenda Nanyonjo, the CEO Miss Uganda Foundation . “Our role in the Miss Uganda-Canada pageant will be to mentor the beauty queens and readying them for the big stage.”
The top three finalists will go on to participate in the Miss Canada and Miss Uganda–North America pageants.
They will also be involved in different charity projects in Uganda through the “Beauty with a Purpose” initiative by Quin Abenakyo, a former Miss Uganda and Miss World Africa.
Singer Gabriel K drops 17 track “Love Ocean” album
Gabriel K has dropped his second album in less than two years. Love Ocean” is a 17 track album. It was released and made available on all online platforms on March 1st, 2020.
This is clearly an amazing feat seeing as he released his debut 16 track album “Done Waiting” in May of 2019.
This then brings his total collection of songs to 33.
Watch the trailer of the video here
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