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Massive turnup at Roast and Rhyme

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Every season has its moments. And this season is for former Miss Uganda Stella Reever Nantumbwe. At the just concluded Roast and Rhyme, Souls on Strings Edition organised by Bell Lager at Jahazi Pier, Nantumbwe was the centre of attention. By 4pm, the lakeside resort was filled to capacity by revellers out to have a fun picnic day with roast, Bell Lager and live music.

Popular women in this town like Miss Uganda organisers Brenda Nanyonjo and Nana Kagga sat next to her, watching her bag and helping her fix her makeup. The big men like Salvador Idringi also didn’t spare a moment to entertain her none stop to ensure she isn’t bored even for one minute. Salvador danced so well that one would be convinced he has been going to the gym more often and has lost a few pounds to allow him the fitness of dancing like a campuser. I kid you not. His dancing companion Nana broke a sweat while dancing that she almost fell on her face. Ok, she didn’t fall. But you get the picture of how much she was dancing.

All this time, Ms Ellah Nantumbwe was sitting comfortably in her reserved seat right next to the stage, while drinking some Bell Lager from her Pink Panther glass. She occasionally pulled out her small mirror and retouched her makeup and lipstick. She is the girl of the season thanks to a highly billed, invites only, birthday party that she threw at Serena Hotel Kampala. It was her 2016 Toyota Lexus SUV birthday gift that has got tongues wagging from coast to coast. So it is no surprise that people will want to hang around her and not Chameleone or John Ssegawa who were also in attendance.
On stage, Aziz Azion paid attention to his fans, putting up a 2-hour spirited performance. His vocal prowess stunned revellers who abandoned their Meat roast on the grill and joined Aziz to sing to some of his great hits like My Oxygen, Nakupenda, Wampisa and Beera Nange. He then did a mashup of songs from Uganda, Nigeria and the rest of Africa while strumming his guitar, much to the satisfaction of his fans.
With support from Bell Jamz, Aziz and his contemporaries like Winnie Nwagi, King Saha, Vinka at Swangz Avenue have been given a platform to showcase their talent. The turn up at Roast and Rhyme and other concerts and social events is a true manifestation of how Bell Jamz is changing the music scene in Uganda and supporting budding talent that turns into great records overnight.
King Saha, the last man of the night, closed off Roast and Rhyme like the king he is. His hits Biri Biri and Very Well turned the crowd wild with excitement. Even when he left the stage, revellers refused to move an inch, choosing to stay the cold night until the last Bell Lager bottle was sold out.

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Photos: Comedy Store, Rude Boy shine at cricket Oval

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The much anticipated Rude Boy show went as intended. All stars hit stage and gave a whole hearted performance to the ever music hungry crowds.

Rude Boy who was the headline act did not disappoint either as he performed his heart out. Rude Boy gave Ugandans a well deserved Valentine’s gift with his love songs as Ugandans sang along line by line.

The cricket Oval event that was organized by Comedy Store’s Alex Muhangi also saw Ugandan entertainers Spice Diana, Bebe Cool, Winnie Nwagi, Kabaako, Sheebah, Clever J, Weasel, John Blaq, Cindy and Chameleone among other singers entertain.

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Rema almost throws Chris Evans off stage over Kenzo

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What is the quickest way to ruin a good mood? Bring an ex into the picture. That was a lesson singer Chris Evans had to learn the hard way after he was almost throw off the stage while performing at Rema’s concert on Friday evening at Hotel Africana.

Evans had been invited on stage by Rema to perform their collabo, “Linda”. He however went off script, and changed lyrics of the song mentioning Kenzo, something that did not sit well with the “Siri Muyembe” hitmaker.

Rema was clearly not pleased with Chris Evans’ actions, and what he thought would please the audience quickly backfired.

She halted the performance and almost slapped Evans as he dragged him all the way towards the stairs leading off stage. All the while the crowd watched on with bated breath as he tried to apologise.

Although she let him continue singing, the chemistry between the two singers was all lost after that. Attempts to try to perform together were met with hostility and Rema was visibly livid through out the performance of the song. In fact, Rema did not sing for the remaining part of the song. She let Evans carry on alone, and later exited the stage to take a breather and make a change in a wardrobe for the second part of her show.

Evans performed just one more song after the incident and left the stage with embarrassment written allover his face.

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Sandra Suubi, Kenneth Mugabi serenade lovers in Valentines Day show

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Kenneth Mugabi and Sandra Suubi perform at Route 256

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It was no ordinary night for lovers in the house who attended the vibrantly lit Valentines Special show with Janzi Band featuring Kenneth Mugabi and Sandra Suubi at Route 256.

The love-themed nest had fans of live band music revelling to the harmonious tunes that only Janzi delivers effortlessly. They sang their hearts out with covers and renditions of popular love songs to warm up the lovers and friends who were snuggling in each other’s company. Many did not look like they wanted the night to end.

Once guitar maestro, Kenneth Mugabi and songbird Sandra Suubi joined the Janzi on stage, the performance went up a notch higher with songs like Nkwegomba, Naki, Heaven and Faya. It was truly magical as the trio fed off the vibes they were receiving from the audience, who cheered them on and begged for more of the smooth music.

The mix of jazz, reggae classic and soul music uniquely blended got many onto their feet grooving blissfully through the night.

They surely did not disappoint their fans and lovers at the love-themed night leaving them satisfied when the show finally came to a close at the stroke of midnight.

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Black Roots Unlimited delivers a Valentine’s Special Live Concert at Guvnor

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Black Roots Unlimited perform at Ciroc Pop Night at Club Guvnor

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Being Valentine’s Day, Kampala party animals were treated to a Ciroc Pop Valentines Special Live concert at top Industrial Area-based night spot, Guvnor.

The mood was buoyant as Black Roots Unlimited featuring Tonya Michelle Ahenda, Julius Sese and Lisa Sonia performed classic soul R&B love ballads. From Celine Dion to Mariah Carey to Justin Timberlake, the band took revellers down memory lane and had them reminiscing about the good ol’ times all night long.

Black Roots Unlimited perform at Ciroc Pop Night at Club Guvnor

This was different from previous Ciroc Pop series where the main act serve signature cocktails and music as Black Roots instead spiced up the evening with love ballads from the reveller’s favourite musicians.

The popular Ciroc Pop Night happens every second Friday of the month. Past editions have featured several top musicians including Bebe Cool, Sheebah, Winnie Nwagi, Kent & Flosso and Eddy Kenzo

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