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Navio defines the ‘journey’ with Kigozi

There’s was something about Navio’s videos that always failed to cut it. Dude would shoot a video in a South African suburb, with their girls, swag, cars, streets and finally him with a Ugandan flag stuffed in his back pocket.Whether he thought this would make the video more Ugandan, it’s …

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Qwela’s Joe wows with Kahiri – Massive stuff

We all know Joseph Kahirimbanyi, the front man for Qwela Band, well, he released a limited edition for his debut album Kihiri.The album that’s strong on both traditional and western instruments could easily fall into ethno, afro fusion and contemporary genres, that’s of course with minimal classical Jazz influences.The five …

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Bebe’s Everywhere I Go not that bad

Well, it was the most anticipated videos at the beginning of the year; we had watched it’s behind the scenes only days after the artiste had posted pictures of himself on set.That’s the story of Bebe Cool’s second single off the Go Mama Album, Everywhere I go.You had that arresting …

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Imbabazi tells the genocide story like no other

Prynce Joel Okuyo (Manzi) in one of the scenes from the movie The week-long Euro–African Film festival closed last week at Theatre La Bonita to hundreds of contented sighs. The festival had exhibited the best in European and African cinema with movies such as In a Better World, Limbo, Searching …

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Review: Bebe Cool’s Nyonyi Nkezze is a plus

Nyonyi Nkezze means one who came earlier than the rest, in a simple man’s English, it translates to the early bird. Bebe Cool’s new song with the above title took over the airwaves at the beginning of the year and in part of the lyrics, he talks about coming before …

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