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Coca-Cola Rated Next Winner Ruth Grace Sings About Her Dreams

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By Nimusiima

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Ruth Grace Namatovu was the young face in the Coca-Cola Rated Next Competitions. FYI, she won the darned competitions. A 15-year-old small girl with a big voice. She held everyone with a noose of her vocal prowess. Her ability to do justice to songs of global icons like Whitney Houston couldn’t be gainsaid. And her winning of the competitions didn’t surprise many. Okay, it did. It surprised the haters. After the sabbatical of winning shs50M, it seems, her musical dream is still alive. Many aspirants seem to sink in oblivion.

She came with a new single called Ebirooto. Here is my verdict: it is a good song for a young girl of Ruth Grace’s age. I mean, we all sounded horrible at that tender age, but she defies all that and takes center stage. It is entirely done in her native dialect–Luganda–which makes it sweeter and ear candy. There is always something with indigenous songs. They come off nicely and brings to fore someone’s true talent. Ebirooto is a bit laidback. A voice of a young girl delivering inspiration for people to chase their dreams. Maybe she meant herself. She is a living proof that dreams can come true in a split moment. However, I was left in a bucket of disappointment when, on one of the recent radio interviews, Ruth Grace blatantly said that she never knew who wrote her song. Like, seriously? Well, she could be juggling a lot of things at this time, but she stooped so low with that. She lost me. Ebirooto should be a soundtrack for everyone silently and privately chasing a dream.

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Campusers wrap-up first semester in style

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After stressful months of strikes, coursework, and tests, a refreshing night out was the perfect way to unwind as the long semester came to an end.

And for a chilly Saturday evening, there was probably no other plot for MUBs students in Nakawa than the Bell Jamz Hostel Silent Disco that returned with the End of Sem edition at Ideal Platinum Hostel.

Unlike other events that take long to get lit, hostel silent disco as always did not disappoint with revelers getting entertained from 7pm when they stepped feet at the venue. The night had some of Kampala’s finest DJs, among them Roja and Slick Stuart.

The mood at Ideal Platinum Hostel was cheerful as students’ night was accompanied by music and beer to seal the celebration.

At about 11pm, DJ Roja then took over the red channel with a set up that featured hit songs from Uganda, Kenya and Nigeria, this left party animals grooving even harder, with the guys forming mini dancing teams.

Through its music platform Bell Jamz, Bell Lager is the premium sponsor of the Hostel Silent Disco.

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Irene Ntale, Winnie Nwagi set to share same stage

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Winnie Nwagi and Irene Ntale

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Songbirds Irene Ntale and Winnie Nwagi will soon be performing on the same stage. Following Ntale’s exit from Swangz Avenue, the two stars grew apart but will now be reuniting to light up the Kampala Night run after-party.

The two talented singers have been confirmed among performers for the Kampala Night Run event slated for Sunday, June 2.

They will be performing alongside other entertainers including B2C Soldiers, Pallaso, Grenade, Hit Nature, DJ Dash, and DJ XYZL among others.

The night run is returning for its second edition with runners expected to be flagged off 7pm, with the start and end points being Torino Bar and Restaurant.

After the run is done, the flag-off point; Torino Bar will be converted into a party venue as it will host the run’s after-party.

Party animals at the venue will also be covered in glow-in-the-dark accessories to lite up the night courtesy of Tusker Lite.

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King Saha lights up Fort Portal town

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King Saha lit up Fort Portal town with an epic performance as the fun-filled Neon Rave party made its debut in the western Uganda town on Saturday.

The event that has been moving around major towns in the country made a pit stop in the beautiful western town and made its presence felt with a big neon-themed music fest that attracted party folk from all walks of life.

Neon Rave party FortPortal town

King Saha, who was the headlining act serenaded revelers with some of his most popular hits like “Science”, “Biri biri”, “Mpa Love”, “Hullo Hullo”, and “On My Way” that kept revelers grooving throughout the night.

The  event also featured performances from new artistes Wendy and Roger Kent, Neon Dancers “Party Pipo”, epic DJ mixes from Dj Crim and DJ Bash, a 3D Cinema, silent disco and fun games like Fifa.

The Neon Rave party will be heading to northern Uganda next.

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