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Revelers have memorable evening at “Tugende Mu Kikadde” show

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Madoxx Ssematimba performs at the “Tugende Mu Kikadde” show.

Madoxx Ssematimba performs at the “Tugende Mu Kikadde” show.

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The scores who turned up for the 3rd edition of the “Tugende Mu Kikadde” show on Saturday at the Kampala Serena hotel had a memorable evening as the acts lined up for the show lived up to their billing.

Willy Mukabya was the first act of the evening, stepping on stage at around 8.30pm. The kadongo kamu singer who had promised a theatrical performance during the pre-concert press briefing, fulfilled his promise. He delivered a stellar performance that was marked by humorous antics that had the crowd in stitches.

He later left the stage for Angella Kalule who entertained the crowd with some of her songs like “Mulaalo Wange”, “Ani”, “Kankwekumire”, and “Kati kiti” among others.

Kalule later paved way for Chance Nalubega who upped the tempo. She had the crowd singing and dancing along as she performed several of her songs such as “Guuma Omwoyo”, “Omusheshe”, and “Obulamu Bwakisela”. Her performance was not complete until she sang Abatesi rmx, a song with the late Mowzey Radio. She had the crowd singing Radio’s part, as the lights were put out and the crowd lit up the hall with their cell phones in a breathtaking sight.

Chance Nalubega’s performance was followed by Betty Mpologoma who had a brief showcase doing her songs like “Enamba”, “Big Daddy” and “Fasi Fasi”, before leaving the stage for Madoxx Sematimba who crowned the evening.

Madoxx was received with loud cheers and ululation from the crowd as he went on to perform his songs like “Dembe”, “Wowote”, “Namagembe” and “Omukwano”. The audience could not get enough of the local reggae star as they danced and sang along to each of the songs.

When the curtains finally came down on the Nile Special-sponsored event minutes after midnight, it was clear revelers had had their money’s worth.

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“Tugende Mu Kikadde” show returns for 3rd edition

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Madoxx Ssemanda Ssematimba

Madoxx Ssematimba will be one of the acts to watch out for at the “Tugende Mu Kikadde” show.

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The “Tugende Mu Kikadde” show is back! The annual oldies concert which is returning for the 3rd edition is set to take place on Saturday, May 4 at the Kampala Serena Hotel.

The show which is aimed at celebrating Ugandan artistes whose music rocked the local airwaves in the early 70s, 80s and 90s will feature performances from artistes including Madoxx Ssemanda Ssematimba, Angela Kalule, Chance Nalubega, Willy Mukabya, and Betty Mpologoma among others.

Speaking during a press conference held on Thursday to officially announce this year’s edition, Willy Mukabya promised to take revellers down memory lane and give them a taste of how they did their thing in their golden days.

“I am thankful for this platform that allows us to give the young generation a taste of what music used to be like in the old days,” he said. “Our performances had a touch of theatrics and this is exactly what I will be giving revellers come d-day.”

On his part, Madoxx Ssematimba lauded the organisers on the concept, adding that, “young people need to listen to words of their elders and maybe they may learn something that could help them grow.”

The show will see revelers reliving their old memories as it is expected to be a cocktail of vintage fashion and oldies music.

Tickets are already on sale at Shs100,000 (VIP), Shs300,000 (VVIP), and Shs3,000,000 (Platinum).

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VIDEO: Chance Nalubega steals show, reveals music plans at Tugende Mukikadde concert

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Musician Chance Nalubega proved that she is still a hot item with songs that she releases ages ago.

The singer who managed to steal the show last night after wowing fans with her music at the Tugende Mukikadde concert that happened at Serena Hotel, used the opportunity to reveal her music plans.

According to Chance, her music is not going to make money for her on Radio and Television stations, the singer said that she has devised a new method to make money from her music which is clearly very popular.

The ‘Dear Wange’ singer said that from now on, she will be selling her CD’s one by one to all those fans that want to support her as a way of making money from her music.

‘I will be resuming CD sales for my music because I dont make any money out when they play it on TV and Radio,’ she said.

Here is part of her performance that moved the crowd last night.

Video by Hills Franco Mugabe.

 



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