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I am too gifted to fade- John Blaq

By Ahmad Muto Singer John Blaq is arguably one of the best artistes right now with a number of hit songs and appearances at nearly every gig. However, he has shared one of his worries – the beliefs by a sections of the public that he won’t be popular after this year. He says he […]

TAKE 5: I have new music, just holding on

YKEE BENDA: For three months, Wycliff Tugume, known to many as Ykee Benda, has been preparing for his debut concert set for tonight at Kampala Serena Hotel. Isaac Ssejjombwe caught up with him. 1.You first named your concert ‘Kireka boy, and now Singa....

Cardi B says she drugged and robbed men because she had limited options

Red-hot rap queen Cardi B is working to quash controversy over resurfaced footage in which she admits to drugging and robbing men, pointing to “limited options” in her days as a stripper. Social media backlash has swirled in recent days ove...

Justin Bieber quits music due to mental health issues

US-based singer Justin Bieber on Monday announced that he would be leaving music to focus on his mental health. The Baby hitmaker posted on Instagram that he wants to focus on his marriage with Hailey Baldwin, family and other deep-rooted issues. Justi...

Mayanja brothers record first collabo

By Ahmad Muto A music collaboration of singing brothers Jose Chameleon, Weasel and Pallaso is long-overdue but as it looks, there will one out soon, atleast according to Pius Mayanja, aka Pallaso. He says after having to answer why they don’t have a collaboration as brothers at interviews, they started working towards one last year. […]

Tonny Musaazi, the recording trumpeter

Talking music: Tonny Musaazi, known to many as Tonny Trumpeter, is one of the famous trumpeters in the country and while his skill is not unique to many, he has gone on to record music. Lawrence Ogwal caught up with him about his plan for the future as...

Moro: The making of a Jap songstress

THE SOULFUL ONE: Call her Uganda’s Adele, and even though she may not like it, Apio Moro has a soulful voice. In an industry marred by competition, the artiste has stuck to singing in her mother tongue. Give Samantha Lillian Apio a guitar and she will ...