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Triisha Mukanza: the singing detective

As Uganda celebrated 50 years of independence, we all kept our focus on what was said and done at Kololo, but little did we know that even our brothers and sisters in the diaspora where also joining the jubilations. Concerts were held a head of the October 9th celebrations and …

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Douglas Lwanga: the katogo chef

When you first meet Douglas, he comes off as a young adult doing a TV job and to him; it’s not a big deal.Little does this young adult know that for a typical Ugandan teenager looking up to Bobi Wine, Chameleon or Navio, the name Douglas screams larger than life …

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Moroz basks into fame with Bumpwakimpwaki

If there was something that the Ugandan music industry achieved in 2012, was the, massive discovery of talent. The year saw the rise of Rema, Diana Nalubega, Young Mulo, Gravity, Capt. Dolla, Moroz among others.Although he is yet to fully hold his turf in the music industry, Ssemambo Vincent a.k.a …

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Lyrical G’s Grown man perspective

For a teenager that spends his afternoons listening to rap on Hot 100, Radio city, X fm and the like, the name lyrical G might not easily click. What this kid doesn’t know is that, before Navio went solo, Keko learnt how to do it or Big trill pushed harder, …

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Jamal bounces back with Abakyala balabye

The first time I met Jamal Wasswa was in the 2000s, he was talking and laughing with then famous artistes Rocky Giant and sweet kid. It was rumored in the club that he too was an artiste but even with those heavy locks and talking to celebrities, he didn’t look …

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