Singer Bebe Cool aka Big Size has mocked fellow musician Jose Chameleone calling him to come stay at his ‘home’ in the boys quarters if he has no home.
This comes after news spread all over that the self-proclaimed music doctor had actually shifted together with his family to stay with the father in-law.
However on landing in Bebe Cool’s ears, he did not seem to sympathize with him but quickly asserted that it’s wiser for Chameleone whom he referred to as a “young boy” to come to Kiwatule and stay with the Gagamel family, if true he has nowhere to live.
Chameleone has not responded to this yet.
Jaq Deweyi and hubby enjoy Jinja’s finest restaurants
By Our Reporter
Last weekend, Radio presenter Jaq Deweyi and husband Enock Nsubuga continued with their new campaign; Meet Jinja and this time they went on a Quadbiking Safari.
To explore more, the two introduced a new feature; “Eating At The Most Reviewed Places In Jinja” according to TripAdvisor.
In this new feature, the couple goes around on a food tour, reviewing different eating places that have been most reviewed on TripAdvisor; what makes them tick?
Black Lantern Restaurant was first on this list with over 138 reviews and indeed the place lives up to its hype, considered to have the best Pork Ribs in the whole of Jinja, a claim made by most Reviews.
The couple will continue with Jinja Sailing Club, before they go to White Water Rafting at Kalagala Falls the weekend after.
The Campaign Meet Jinja – The Adventure Capital Of East Africa aims at throwing shine on Jinja and her beauty.
Kenneth Mugabi comes of age at ‘Ugandan’ album launch
By Our Reporter
Best known and admired for his melodic voice and a unique ability to tap into different narratives that relate to the “everyday Ugandan”, Kenneth Mugabi last evening stamped his stature as one of the country’s finest artistes when he launched his “Ugandan” album at the Design Hub in Bugolobi.
Mugabi, who uses his story telling techniques to craft beautiful music, showed why he has garnered such a passionate following with a launch performance that his fans will remember for a long time, not least for the surprise acts that the singer brought out on stage to help him deliver the songs they collaborated on for the new album. These included Lillian Mbabazi and Angela kalule, who took the celebration to the next level with Lillian not only performing her collaboration “Inkusubwabwa” with Kenneth but also performing her smash hit “Dagala” that sent the crowd into a frenzy.
He also perfomed songs like “Ekigo” a collaboration with Maureen, “Olugendo” done with Irene Namubiru, “Nkakwanye ntya” an inspiration from a high school crash that he had and last but not least “Oliwa”, all off his Ugandan album.
“This album is a very special one to me in many ways than one; it helped me open myself to fresh ways of creating music hence tapping into a new audience base that I didn’t know I had. Thank you all for the support. I am more than grateful,” said Mugabi.
Mugabi also performed songs like “Naki” and “Nkwegomba”, a fan’s favourite that had show-goers humming along to ever word. The event that was sponsored by Johnnie Walker Highball was nothing short of fun as the cocktails kept coming throughout the night.
Christopher Martin and D-Major announced for All Star Concert
By Our Reporter
Jamaican reggae and dancehall artists, Christopher Martin and D-Major have been announced as guest performers at the Bell All Star concert slated for 23rd August at Lugogo Cricket Oval.
The announcement was made during the Pulse Jam Fest featuring Chronixx at the Sheraton Gardens on Saturday.
Right before Chronixx’ performance, the lights went dark and the giant screen lit up with a video message from Christopher Martin and D-Major announcing their coming performances in Uganda.
“Christopher Martin and D-Major are artists enjoying massive airplay within the reggae/dancehall arena and Bell Lager is beyond excited to bring this musical experience to Uganda. The public should look forward to one of the best concerts ever staged in Kampala,” Francis Kirabira, Bell Lager Brand Manager said.
Christopher Martin is a Jamaican-born reggae and dancehall singer and songwriter born in St. Catherine. In 2007, he won Digicel’s Rising Stars competition (Jamaica’s American Idol) which saw him catapulted him to international fame. He is famous for hits like Cheater’s Prayer, Big Deal, Take Me Back and many more.
D-Major was born Damian Codlin in Kingston, Jamaica and launched his solo music career in 2005 after being the head vocalist of a music group called Q-T (Quality and Togetherness. He cites his musical influences as Beres Hammond and Stevie Wonder and is famous for hits like People Make The World Go Round, Speak The Truth and Can’t Get Enough among others.
The Bell All Star Tour, launched in 2017 is an annual Ugandan music celebration of that provides a platform for Ugandan artists to showcase their talent and interact and engage with their fans.
Last year’s tour finale was headlined by Jamaican-American reggae sensation, Tarrus Riley. This year’s tour, which kicked off in Mbarara will also feature music celebrations in Gulu, Kabale and Masaka before culminating into the finale concert featuring Chris Martin and D-Major.
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