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New kid John Blaq drops monster video

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John Blaq hit the music industry last year in 2018 with his powerful single Tukwatagane, the same ajohn Blaq has hit again with a powerful star to 2019 woth his video Obubadi.

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John Blaq is a huge hope for this year, many music lovers think so

Watch Bubadi here: https://youtu.be/em3JbQXghD4

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American gospel singer Don Moen to headline Kampala Praise Fest

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Some of Uganda's top Gospel artistes pose for a group during the Kampala Praise Fest press conference.

Some of Uganda’s top Gospel artistes pose for a group photo during the Kampala Praise Fest press conference.

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American gospel singer and worship leader, Don Moen is coming to Kampala, it has been announced. Don Moen  will headline the Kampala Praise Fest which is slated to take place on Friday, 8th February this year at Kololo Airstrip. This was revealed during a press briefing held at Mestil Hotel on Tuesday morning.

Organised by RG consulting in partnership with Balaam Marketing, Kampala Praise Fest is a thanksgiving, praise and worship event aimed at ministering the gospel through music.

While addressing media, Isaac Rucci, the project manager for this edition from RG consulting said that Don Moen is set and very excited to come back to Kampala to praise and worship with Ugandans. He also revealed that the festival will be an annual gospel event and they will continue to line up the world’s biggest gospel acts in the following editions.

Famous for songs like Our Father, Hallelujah to the Lamb,  God Will Make a Way, and He Never Sleeps among others, Don Moen will perform alongside Uganda’s top gospel artistes like Pastor Wilson Bugembe, Levixone, Exodus, Brian Lubega, and Sandra Suubi among others.

This will be the second time he is coming to Uganda. He first performed in Uganda in 2014 holding a series of shows including one at the Kampala Serena Hotel that was graced by the First lady Janet Museveni.

Early bird tickets to the show will cost 25K(ordinary), 80K(VIP) and 3M (Table).

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Pr. Wilson Bugembe explains why he is disassociating with “Tuliyambala Engule” song

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Pastor Wilson Bugembe

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When Bobi Wine released his new song titled “Tuliyambala Engule”, it was received with mixed reactions from the public. While some reveled in its message of hope for eventual liberation, others labelled it treasonous.

To further fuel the controversy, some pastors accused Bobi Wine of  plagiarizing a Christian hymn and converting it into a political song which they claimed was blasphemous.

Following the unexpected backlash from the church leaders, singer and Pastor Wilson Bugembe who had also featured on the song came out to publicly disassociate with the song claiming it was an error of judgement on his part. While explaining his role in the song, he said his intention was to portray the church as a pacifier in the tumultuous political environment.

“I am a friend of Bobi Wine as a fellow musician and also a supporter of President Museveni because it is under his regime that we born again Christians have thrived the most. So when I was asked to to be part of the ‘Tuliyambala Engule’ video, I wanted to play the part of peacemaker.” Pr. Bugembe explained while speaking to media on Tuesday. “In my heart I was excited to play peacemaker in the video. I remember when we were shooting the video, Bobi Wine made sure the opposition and the ruling party were all represented with their distinct party colours and my role, wearing my clerical collar, was to unite them.”

“However, when the video came out 70% of it talked entirely about something else. I have been receiving calls from my close friends who are not happy with my appearance in the video because it appears like I am fighting the government. ” He added.

“I feel I was misunderstood and I wish my part in the video could be judged differently. If I had a chance to re-do it allover again, I would not appear in the video.” He concluded.

Meanwhile, the song features other local musicians including King Saha, Irene Ntale, Nubian Lee, Ronald Mayinja and Dr Hilderman. In the song, Bobi Wine talks of how they shall wear the victor’s crown when the struggle against all injustices is finally over.

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Photo: Eddy Kenzo’s Nickelodeon award finally arrives

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Last year Eddy Kenzo won the award for Nickelodeon kids choice African artiste on the universe. The singer neither attended the ceremony nor sent a representative, today tue award arrived in Uganda and the singer received it with much delight.

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He is quoted saying “I am glad to have won to me my second favourite accolade”

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