Thursday, May 23rd, 2013
Meet Kalifah AgaNaga
Birth Name : Mukiibi Sadat
Birth Date: 13 / 03 /1990
Birth Place: Kampala
Sadat Mukibi who was born on March 3, 1990 grew up with a single mother in a Kampala suburb known as Kabowa. AgaNaga finished his O and A Level education from Kawanda Secondary school .He has a striking resemblance with Wiz Khalifah form the US and he Models his style on Wiz Kid of West Africa.
Click here to listen to Kizibu by Kalifah AgaNaga & Mun G
Wednesday, May 22nd, 2013
Now Club Beer Brings Music Video Awards
When exactly did music videos become the in-thing in Uganda? It may be a hard one to crack, but what is true is that there are a number of them doing rounds; from the awesome ones to fairly accomplished ones, outrightly crappy ones, and ones you wouldn't watch with your family. And it looks like Club beer won't ignore lazy minds determined to derail a fast-growing music video sector. Last Friday, the beer brand which belongs to Nile Breweries launched the first ever Club Music Video awards. It all started with Club sending invites to almost every artiste and journalist in town to "Something Blue" and "different" at Kololo Courts. Not many had the nerve to turn down an open bar and restaurant - literally. By 6pm, artistes had started arriving. Dj Apeman was on the heels this time round, mixing only Ugandan videos on giant screens.
Wednesday, May 22nd, 2013
SAD REALITY: ‘Friends’ Pocket Millions meant for the Fallen DJ Momo’s Children and Wife as Ham Sounds and Guvnor Uganda Jump in to save the Situation by Seeking to Permanently Settle the Immediate Family
We pray he is left to rest in peace
Shocking details have emerged how the family of the fallen ace DJ Moses Nsereko aka DJ Momo, is entangled in a bitter battle over his property as the monies that many claim to be collecting on behalf of his immediate family goes in thin air. DJ Momo passed away in India on May 3rd and was buried days later at his ancestral home. He had one official wife Hazel Kyobe with whom he had two children. In memory of the deceased who, by the time of his departure had no own place of abode for his children and wife, several people came forward to solicit for funds to take care of his family. Some of these good Samaritans included city event manager Simon Sipate, also a cousin to the deceased. Efforts to talk to Sipate were futile. However, insiders tell us the night attracted over 200 revelers at Shs20k per head. Atop this, the fallen DJ’s CDs were on sale at Shs20k each. “We therefore should have expected a six and not five digits’ figure but like you, we are dumb,” a concerned insider party offered.
Click here to read more about Momo
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