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Herman Basudde: portrait of a musical prophet

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Ugandan music has indeed come from a place of deep thought, sorrowful and immerses talent. There was a time artistes mostly went to studio not because it was an obligation to record music but because they indeed had something to say; and that’s the story of Herman Basudde’s classic, Bus …

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And here comes Pelinda

Pelinda

Esther Mutoni Pelinda is still a mystery on the Ugandan entertainment scene – some people have indeed heard about her but the majorities are still figuring her out. Pelinda’s first musical attempt was during her high school days, along with friends, they would save money to record songs in holidays. …

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Happy K opens Pearl Rhythm activations in style

The one thing that many people know about Pearl Rhythm Festival must be their ability to produce new talent on an annual basis. Each year, the festival through their Stage Coach programme mentor a group of artistes in areas of song writing, recording and performing. This in turn has in …

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Afri Talent’s Ettottolima is a trip to nowhere

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It’s been argued that theatre is ailing. In fact just last year, a whole debate was held about the matter, much as many enthusiasts of theatre could have argued that the judgement was simply too harsh, ugly reality is that theatre is in a danger zone. And the number of …

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Fifteen years later, Limit X still got it

Limit X in action SAMSON BARANGA1

In 1982, when a person got killed while moving on the streets of Kampala at 5pm, people would argue that he was moving late in the night. Yet, this didn’t stop people from enjoying life within their means, apparently – one of the places to be was Chez Johnson, a …

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​To or not to watch Big Brother Naija?

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The ongoing edition of Big Brother Naija is codenamed See Gobe! Just like that song that made Nigerian artiste Davido famous. And much as the house is located in South Africa, all housemates are Nigerian, in fact, listening to all of them talk is a memory run through the pathetic …

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