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Sandra goes mean on material girl Mercedes


Sandra Nankoma’s Mercedes could be a song that says a lot about her musical journey. It’s a song that has been in the works for about three years, first released with a different production treatment and finally on the album with a more condensed slow tempo work by producer David …

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How Kampala fell in love with Joss Stone

Joss stone

When her concert first made rounds on social media amidst the festive season, it was hard imagining that British vocalist and one time Grammy Award winner and five time nominee Joss Stone would shake the city. For instance, she has not been a mainstream artiste since her very successful 2007 …

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Qwela Junction pays homage to the bass

Tshaka Mayanja strums away

Qwela Junction could be Uganda’s epitome to exhibiting as far as musical instruments are concerned – choosing to get an excess of a single instrument on one stage. Last year, they did it with the saxophone, and lead guitars, they would later venture into male and female vocalists with divas …

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Sandy Soul unveils self with Kaddugala

Sandy Soul

Sandra Nankoma alias Sandy Soul has been around the jazz music scene as well as the general music establishment doing cover songs before branching off to acting, poetry and visual art. Last month, for the first time she hosted her fans for an intimate listening party of her debut EP …

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The Nabwisos impress with Rain


A lot has been happening on the local film industry of late, from an ongoing enforcement for classification, the arrest of film translator/commentator VJ Junior, to the launch of this year’s Uganda Film Festival by Uganda Communication Council. Sadly though, as all these are happening, very little screen time or …

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