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Jose Chameleone blasts King Saha

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Music wars never seem to end in this country of ours and when King Saha came out and claimed to have been the one who wrote Dr. Jose Chameleone’s Valu Valu and Badilisha recently, we knew we were in for another of such wars.

According to King Saha who has been to Coke Studio this year, he is the one who penned the two popular songs. Chameleone has however come out to reveal that this is all bullocks.

Jose Chameleone

Here is what Chameleone said about the entire saga when contacted; “Those young people have things that are disturbing them. Valu Valu is not a song for simple minded people. I don’t want to fight with anyone but he should stop claiming music that is not his. I went to studio and created the entire song, he doesn’t have a genius mind to create the work I create. He is lying. Let him write for someone else and we see. He should stop using the media to sell his lies.”

Chameleone then referred all those in doubt to his producer PaddyMan who also confirmed that the songs are indeed his.

King Saha

“We worked on Valu Valu in 2012. This was after I started my studio audio one in 2011 and I called Chameleone to come and support me. He is a freestyler. He didn’t come with any demo, or book with the song. He got everything from his head as we were recording,” Paddy of Audio 1 revealed.

It should however be noted that some musicians don’t respect songwriters and when the song becomes a hit, they claim it all and leave the artiste with nothing.

We will keep you posted.

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Joel Sebunjo calls on Africa to rise up in new video. Watch it here!

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Ugandan folk musician Joel Sebunjo has released his first video of 2019. Dubbed “Rise Up Africa”, Sebunjo calls on fellow Africans to break the colonialist mentality and be proud of their heritage.

Starring the Waka Stars band, the video opens with a mock of the famous Malcolm X 1965 speech  at the Ford auditorium in Detroit in which he said colonial powers had projected the image of Africa negatively which led many to subconsciously hate it.

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“They projected the image of Africa negatively. They projected Africa always in a negative light: jungles, savages, cannibals, nothing civilized. Why then naturally it was so negative [that] it was negative to you and me, and you and I began to hate it. We didn’t want anybody telling us anything about Africa, much less calling us Africans.,” an excerpt from the speech reads.

While Africa has been projected in bad light, he says there is plenty to be proud of like its natural resources, flora and fauna. It is this that makes it beautiful.

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Desire Luzinda sings for her man in new video

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Desire Luzinda has released a new song entitled, Nyo Nyo Dala. The song is said to be a dedication to her baby daddy, Kaddu Michael.

The song lyrics suggest that she has been missing him all the while they have been apart. She says in her song that she is happy to be with him again.

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Nyo Nyo Dala has garnered a great number of views since it dropped on Monday.

Luzinda has been close to Kkadu since he survived the boat cruise tragedy in November last year.

She posted pictures hanging with him at a hotel in town. In one of the pictures she was kneeling for him.

It is not clear how Kkadu’s wife at home is feeling about the reconnection of exes.

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