25 December 2012

East Africa: Region Readies for Mavado, Martins

Photo: Konshens
Dancehall star Konshen

It seems promoters here have found a new way of draining money out of the city party animals.

Shortly after three Jamaican artists Konshens, Demarco and Sean Paul rocked Kampala city, two more are coming to Uganda this December.

Mavado and Christopher Martins both reggae artists will be in Kampala on the December 29, 2012 to perform at the lugogo cricket oval in a concert dubbed 'Bell Nation End of Year Bash' sponsored by Uganda Breweries Limited and ceecee entertainments.

Ordinary tickets will cost shs25000 ($9.6) well as VIP tickets are buying at shs60000 ($23) only.

Mavado's popular songs include so special, inna di car, last night, so blessed, on the rock, gal bendover, which gal, nine lives, Ugandans most loved come into my room among others.

Christopher martins lyrics include real friends, nuh fit mi, party time, fashionable, here for you always, melody to my song, so we design, never listen ft Mavado and; paper loving

These two are expected to rock Kampala city to the fullest and there is no doubt they will because of the ever increasing love for any Jamaican music by Ugandans. This will be yet another chance for city socialists to connect or meet with artists like former Bad Black now "Good Black" who will officially perform her song and many more others from within and east Africa at large.

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