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Commotion at Mowzey Funeral

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Today, fallen singer, Moses Ssekibogo alias Mowzey Radio was laid to rest in Nakawuku, on Kampala-Entebbe road.

Commotion rocked the burial place for the loved vocalist leaving some people with injuries.

The commotion started when money was thrown into the grave. Some of the mourners tried to snatch the money which was being thrown.

At this point police officers tried to contain the situation but some were beaten by unknown goons.

One Police officer with a gun was beaten to a point that he couldn’t tell what was going on and he fainted.

On rising from the ground, the police officer picked his gun, staggered and supported himself on a motorcycle which had been parked nearby.

Mourners run in all directions trampling on others leaving some injured.

What also looked like the notorious Kifeesi gang swang into action beating up unsuspecting mourners and stealing their belongings including wallets and phones among others.

The chaos went on for some time till people scattered in different directions before calm was restored.

Mowzey who died in the early morning hours of 1st February 2018 has left many in tears. Following his death at Case Hospital in Kampala, his body was taken to the city mortuary for postmortem on the same day. He was then taken to his home at Neverland Makindye for Vigil. The next day Mass was held at Rubaga Cathedral and Radio’s body was taken to Kololo Independence grounds for public viewing. Here a whole night of a tribute concert took place as several artistes and fans paid respects to the fallen singer. He was laid to rest at his family home today.

We will keep you posted.

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Ykee Benda reveals Plans for new song

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The boy from Kireka, Ycliff Tugume aka Ykee Benda is surely having the time of his life .He just won an AFRIMMA award for Best New Comer on the music scene in Africa, announced huge plans for his upcoming debut concert early next year ,and is still dropping new music as we speak. What a life!

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The ‘Time table’ singer has now revealed fresh plans to drop a new audio for a song titled,’ Singa’, that he is working on and promises it is going to be dropping anytime soon.

He shared art work for the song and captioned it,“It’s coming soon. #MusicForTheSoul”

Lets look out for that one!

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Is Rema’s New Song About Eddy Kenzo?

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Singer Rema Namakula released a new song tittled,”sili muyembe” loosely translated as ‘I am not a mango’ which has left fans wondering what these lyrics are really about.

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The song depicts a man who is taking her woman for granted ,and not appreciating the valuable person he has. It also warns that if this behaviour continued, other suitors would swoop in and steal the good thing he has taken for granted.

Fans have now concluded that the song is definitely  talking about Eddy Kenzo who has been in a relationship with Kenzo for a while now, and  have a child together.

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Bebe Cool Nominated in Prestigious AFRIMA-Ghana Awards

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Bebe Cool has been nominated by the African Union Commission and the International committee of All Africa Music Awards, in the category of Best Male Artiste in Eastern Africa and Best African Rock categories .

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He is the only Ugandan in the Best Male Artiste Eastern Africa category and is nominated for his song,’ Freedom’. The ‘Nsilikamu’ singer will have to beat  Diamond Platnumz(Tanzania),Harmonize(Tanzania),Kagwe Mungai(Kenya),Khaligraph Jones(Kenya),Nyashinsk(Kenya),Rayvzony Tanzania)  and Yamiu Mola from Ethiopia.

The AFRIMA programme for Ghana is going to be a four day event with a music business summit among other activities and winners will eventually be crowned on the 24th of November ,next month in Accra,Ghana.

Sheebah Karungi, Irene Namatovu and Sandra Nankoma will be representing Uganda,in the Best Female Eastern Africa category. Voting has already started.

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