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Guitarist Charmant thrills revelers at Club Guvnor Jazz Evening

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The Jazz Evening with Johnnie Walker returned for its second last edition of the year at the swanky Guvnor Night Club in Kampala on Thursday.

The jazz genre has amassed an enthusiastic following and it is not very difficult to point out the reasons. For starters, the smooth, laid back nature of jazz music is one that attracts people with an impeccable, sophisticated musical palate. Secondly, the jazz melodies invoke sweet memories and this is a crowd puller.

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The November edition of the Jazz Evening featured guitar maestro Charmant Mushaga. That in itself was enough to convince jazz lovers to throng the venue. Charmant had prior to the event only made cameo appearances during concerts but had never really had the chance to showcase his talent as a main act. This was indeed his moment to shine.

Despite the late afternoon downpour, the Guvnor entrance was beaming with a lot of activity as patrons made their way to the main sitting area as early as 7pm. A few Johnnie Walker cocktails followed shortly before Charmant stepped onto the brilliantly lit stage at 8pm.

It was a non-stop musical explosion thereafter. As expected, Charmant ensured that most of the crowd was on its feet, wiggling away. In a nutshell, Jazz was given a new dimension by Charmant. He was charming the audience with his tunes, occasionally stopping to interact with them.

The jazz genre seems to have been demystified. It appears one simply has to find their style and roll with it. Spice it in their own way and boom, the jazz lovers will appreciate.

Prior to the event, Lois Aber, the Johnnie Walker Brand Manager said that the Jazz Evening is an opportunity to showcase the talent of local jazz artistes.

“Jazz is a growing genre in Uganda. However, a number of people believe that it is a genre that should only be performed by international acts if it is to be enjoyed. As Johnnie Walker, we are looking at appreciating and promoting our local jazz genre,” she explained.

The Jazz Evening gave Charmant the opportunity to showcase his diversity. He was flawless throughout the evening, blending seamlessly into high tempo lingala tunes as well as the sensual, smooth ones.

The highlight of his performance came when he teamed up with Myko Ouma, one of the finest guitarists around. The duet; Dream Again got everyone on their feet. It was a blend of the most soothing guitar plucks! They then performed a rendition of the famous Wanchekecha tune of Saida Kaloli.

Songs like Mutoto lala, Afro-report, When I’m with you, Bado Bado and Eddy Kenzo’s Mbilo Mbilo were enough to confirm Charmant’s talent.

By the time his performance concluded at 11pm, musical satisfaction was etched on virtually everyone’s face.

The next Jazz Evening with Johnnie Walker is slated for December 1, 2016 and will be headlined by yet another talented guitarist, Myko Ouma.

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London based Ugandan singer George Willdive visits heart patients at Waltham Cross Nursing Home in North London

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Luyi hit singer George Willdive, based in London U.K has today morning warmed the hearts of a patients at Waltham Cross Nursing Home with his courtesy visit.

Currently working in residing in London where the Nationwide Lockdown found him, singer George Willdive, real names Galiwango George, the founder of the music group North Pole Music decided to take off some time.

He went to his social media and shared a post that left many amazed with smiles.

“Today morning I took off some time to visit some patients and people I believe need more care and attention at Waltham cross Nursing home, North London. My heart was warmed by how happy they seemed even with just a simple visit and particularly this one. It is amazing how small things sometimes mean the world to others. Please take some time off to give another person a smile”- He captioned his post.

George has been been in the music industry for some good years now and recently his song “Luuyi” raised contraversy when Pastor Martin Sempa questioned its motif and how it might be inciting violence among Ugandans..

George Will Dive has done several songs, which include Nabuwalala, Mbalina Ft Dj Shiru and Rhoda K, Wansi w’omuti, Yo Body and the You me shuga, A woman’s beauty and many others.

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Video: Jose Chameleone reportedly beats up his ‘Baliwa’ song producer, Diggy Baur

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Legendary singer Jose Chameleone can’t cease his history of blowing-up fights in the music industry.

He has severely been reported reincarnating brawls with different individuals for years now.

Latest on the dark side of his docket is fabled music producer, Diggy Baur (Sabula Boss) who has accused the singer of beating him up and his young brother, a one Akram to injuries.

Producer Diggy Baur

According to the video that Baur has posted today morning on his social media, the scuffle started when his young brother rejected to have Chameleone record a song in the studio.

Baur also reveals how Chameleone’s young brother, Weasel Manizo tried to harmonize the situation that had gone rowdy but Chameleone resented grounding reasons of being a star.

Baur’s injury sustained

He further reveals how he has on various occasions produced songs for the singer at no cost but unfortunately, his sweat and love for Chameleone has been paid with pain.

The stammering-producer also says it has been Chameleone’s routine of coming to his studio, disrespect, and insult and endanger him or his fellow studio colleagues.

Producer Baur’s studio, Sabula Records

The Sabula Records CEO has banned the Lord Mayor to-be from his studio and vowed to school him of respecting other people’s efforts after messing up his life.

Producer Baur is famously named responsible for Jose Chameleone’s songs such as his latest Baliwa and Kiboko featuring Kalifah Aganaga.

Jose Chameleone

Its clearly noticed as a recommendable addiction for Chameleone and his brothers after his brother, Weasel Manizo was also reported last month to have vandalized young producer, Genius Goddy’s studio equipment.

However, Jose Chameleone is yet to issue his remarks regarding the allegations against him.

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We will keep you posted

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Video: Chozen Blood drops new video “Sharp Shooter”

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After his much loved eaelier release woth Spice Diana Muntu Wange, Chozen Blood has dropped his next song “Sharp Shooter”

Typical of his songs, Chozen Blood cries for love. Sharp Shooter is a plea to his lover to never dump him for a better man. The video os as clean as the artiste with beautiful scenary around luxurious places.

Sharp Shooter is already enjoying massive airplay on TV stations in and around town.

Sharp shooter was shot by JahLive.

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Biography: All you need to know about singer Tarel

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Tarel born Kawoya Jonathan is a talented Ugandan recording artiste, songwriter who is rising to fame due to his unique and exceptional touch in his music, lyrics and Vocals. His music genre specialty is Afro beat, Zouk, Dancehall, Afro pop, and RnB.

Tarel’s musical journey started back in 2017 when he dropped his first single Bestie and later Kikade a song that gained him attention and popularity from music critics and lovers and many predicted him to be the next big thing before dropping Kanemu earlier this month

Early life

Tarel was born on 5th February 2001 in Kampala Uganda, he spent most of his childhood years in Ntinda a Kampala suburb where his talent was natured from by different people.

Growing up listening to Eddy Kenzo and Akon, Tarel developed huge love and passion for music, he has always had the talent but it was until 2017 when he decided to take music as a profession.

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