Category : Global Alerts

- 1 day ago

Video: Weasel shines in Mubende, pulls mammoth crowd

Goodlyf singer Weasel Manizo had another good day at work in Mubende yesterday where he pulled a Mammoth crowd. The singer who is controversial bound continues to defy on going rumors and continue to get bookings for different shows country wide....

- 2 days ago

Swangz Creative Academy pioneer students graduate

By Our Reporter The pioneer students of the Swangz Creative Academy have graduated. The students that have graduated were the selected few from the many that applied during the school’s first June intake. They were trained in Audio class and Live br...

- 3 days ago

Karole Kasita aims global in new album release

Dancehall sensational Karole Kasita made her major breakthrough back in 2018 with her “Yaka” hit song. She has since proved that she is here to stay with many hit songs like “balance” “mbelamu” among others. She recently announced that she...

- 4 days ago

Konkona Remix: Fenon releases the song featuring Zex Bilanjilanji

A few months ago, a new singer was signed to Fenon Records, the same company that does event production under Fenon Events. Vamos 256 joined the industry releasing his first song under the label. The song titled Konkona was released in a media invit...

- 4 days ago

Singer Katiiti praises mum on new song Maama, listen to it here

Singer Adebayo Katiiti showered praises to his mother on the song Maama which was released on his latest EP Transome Katiiti Last week the singer dropped his highly anticipated EP that consists of 5 tracks and among them there’s one that caug...

- 4 days ago

Juliana starts intensive boundless concert rehearsals

On 19th August this year, Uganda’s sensational song bird and Tooro princess Julian Kanyomozi will live in concert at the Kampala Serena hotel. Currently she is having utmost rehearsals with the best band and ready to rock her die-hard fans wi...

- 4 days ago

How to Insulate your family assets in the event of death

“Kolelela Akalambo Ko’ is a famous Luganda phrase that translates to ‘work for your corpse’. The phrase was coined from the notion of shame during death. While the word ‘kalambo’, which translates to ‘corpse’ will always be grim, and the topic...