11 February 2013

Rwanda: Knowless Rocks Rwanda Nite in Kampala

Dream Boys and Knowless have released a video of Baramponda, a captivating song, from one of the country's leading music groups. ( Resource: Dream Boys ft. Knowless - Baramponda )

Saying a mini Kigali had formed in Kampala would be an understatement! Saturday night, Club Rouge in Kampala had become a Rwandan enclave with the return of the monthly Rwanda Nite.

After nearly six months in limbo, the theme night resurrected with RnB songstress Knowless rocking revelers till the wee hours of the morning. Although there was fear that after such a long time Rwanda Nite could have lost steam, it was well attended with the club filling up with numerous compatriots and fun-loving Ugandans.

Some of the celebrity revellers included The Leone Island boss Dr. Jose Chameleone, Baboon Forest Entertainment's MunG and Big Trill, Vampino and Viboyo from Swangz Avenue, Gift of Kado from the Kado farm, comedians Salvador Patrick Idiringi and Alex Muhangi from The Krackers comedy group.

DJ Pius from Kigali also set brought the house down mixing Rwandan hits, while Knowless put up an exciting performance that lasted for close to two hours with her hit 'Nzabampari' rocking fans. She sent partiers in ecstasy when she hit the stage with Vampos to perform their collabo 'Byemere,' which got everyone on their feet.

Knowless' manager Clement, thanked everyone who attended the show and promised that the singer will be back soon. "We will be back to Kampala soon to shoot a video with Jose Chameleone," he announced.

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