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…
We intend to have the biggest event of the year in ASFA 2019 – Talent Africa boss Ali Alibhai
The Abryanz style and Fashion awards are back for the 7th time and for the first time they have partnered with Talent Africa group.
Talent Africa group under it’s events and promotion wing will come active and handy in the ASFA 2019. We were keen on the partnership and quizzed Talent Africa boss Ali Alibhai on why he chose to partner with Abryanz this year.“We are a 360 entertainment company and have over years mastered the art of events marketing and this is another event we look forward to evelevating further. Abryanz Style and Fashion Awards have a very good reputation and we are sure our contribution will be felt” he said.
Talent Africa Group has in the past yet somilarly big events like Nyege Nyege and hosted many foreign artistes and have at all instances sold out. With such momentum we can be sure ASFA 2019 will be another event to look upto, probably the best ever edition so far.
Photos: What you missed at the “Kyaddala” movie premiere
By Our Reporter
Reach A Hand Uganda (RAHU) in conjunction with Emmanuel Ikubese Films and partners premiered their long-awaited pan African series “Kyaddala: It’s Real” in an exclusive black carpet event held at Kingdom Kampala on Friday evening.
The evening kicked off with a cocktail where revelers were serenaded by the soulful Kenneth Mugabi and Steve Keys, before later being ushered to the screening room to watch the first episode of the TV series.
The exclusive premiere attracted key players in the film industry from Uganda and beyond ranging from movie directors, producers, actors and actresses beyond the cast of Kyaddala.
Based on real life experiences, Kyaddala depicts young people’s sexual and reproductive health issues through a rich storyline with compelling themes like HIV and its impact on young people, Teenage pregnancy and the role of “gatekeepers/ stakeholders” in averting child marriages, Sexual and gender based violence among young people and how it affects their SRHR needs and Myths and misconceptions around young people’s SRHR and how to create an enabling and safe environment for young people to seek SRHR information and services.
“Kyaddala is a real conversation starter, tackling topics that people are afraid to have. This show will provoke important conversations on young people’s Sexual and Reproductive Health Challenges,” noted Humphrey Nabimanya, the Founder and Team Leader, Reach A Hand Uganda.
Featuring stars like Martha Kay, Salvado Idringi, Mathew Nabwiso, Anita Fabiola, Emmanuel Ikubese and Olumide Oworu (from Nigeria), the 8-part series will officially start airing on October 5th on NBS Television and on the official Kyaddala YouTube page and Sauti Plus TV.
Here are some photos from the premiere.
I dated Sheilah Gashumba because I was young – Fik Fameica
Rapper Fik Fameika says his relationship with Sheilah Gashumba only happened because he was young. He insinuates that it was a mistake. And that he would perhaps have done better.
Defiant Sheilah dumped Fik Fameica when she met Ali Lwanga alias God’s Plan. They have been dating for close to a year now. Fik Fameica has not yet come out to declare where his heart falls.
However, he has been reportedly linked to a model in the US known as Halima Aden.
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