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DJ Ruby

Ruby Vs DJ Ruby……… allow me to re-introduce myself; DJ RUBY’S biggest critic is DJ RUBY. DJ RUBY’S biggest fan is DJ RUBY. I am that member in the audience who decided to jump on the ones and twos, You are that member in the audience who will dance to my ones and twos. One of Uganda’s finest female deejays, You say it…… I play it. DJ RUBY…. Your Personal Playlist! @RubyAngorit on twitter. Ruby Engena Angorit on Facebook. rubyengena@gmail.com Let’s Connect. BOOM!!!

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Lilian

From humble beginnings in Kigali and Kampala’s suburbs to the full glare of the stage, Lilian has mesmerised many an audience with her rich and powerful vocals. Citing the likes of Christina Aguilera and Whitney Houston as her influence it’s no wonder that Lilian is emerging as one of the best female artists to ever come out of Uganda, and East Africa for that matter. LilianMbabazi is embarking on a new phase of her singing career as a solo artist having taken time off from the group Blu 3. To some this would be a daunting prospect but for Lilian this is something she has dreamed about since she was a little girl. “I always knew I would be a singer. I could never stop singing no matter what I was doing. In fact I think I almost drove my siblings crazy humming and singing all day long,” says Lilian. Her musical style is described as a cross between R & B/Soul tinged with African & Western musical influences. The various types of musical styles come across in the singles she has released so far, namely: Vitamin - a classic Ugandan style pop song featuring Weasel from the Goodlyfe Kawa - a bumping Ugandan dance/house track produced by Market Makers Kankutwale - a love song sung in Luganda YegweWeka - a return to her native roots of Rwanda featuring Kitoko So in love - a sultry classic R&B track with hints of jazz “The beauty about Lilian’s voice is that she can sing almost anything, whether it’s a ballad, a jazz standard, a pop song or a dance track. To have such vocal versatility is true talent,” says Onoh, Producer, Market Makers. This is truly reflected in Lilian’s passion for live performances which she relishes. Currently perfecting her live act with her band the Sundowners her love of music shines through in the choice of songs for her repertoire: Tina Turner, Erykah Badu, India Arie, Etta James, Adele, Bruno Mars and Bob Marley to name a few, whilst also performing her own songs and songs from the group Blu 3.

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Iryn Namubiru

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East African Bashment Crew

East African Bashment Crew (also known as East African Reggae Bashment Crew) is a Kenyan-Ugandan reggae group. It consists of three members, Bebe Cool from Uganda, and the Kenyan duo Necessary Noize (Kevin Wyre and Nazizi). All of them were already established musicians when the group was formed in 2005. While the members of the group concentrate on their main projects, East African Bashment Crew reunites every now and then. Their song "Africa Unite" is featured in the African Rebel Music - Roots Reggae & Dancehall compilation album by Out Here Records. AWARDS Won: 2006 Pearl of Africa Music Awards - Song of the Year ("Fire Anthem") 2007 Channel O Music Video Awards - Video Of The Year ("Kube") Nominated: 2005 KORA Awards - Best African Reggae/Ragga Act 2006 Kisima Music Awards - Best Ragga & Best Reggae 2008 MTV Africa Music Awards - Best Group

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Bebe Cool

Bebe Cool is One of the best African musicians with roots from Uganda. I have been nominated and won a number of awards, both local and international, inc Biography Bebe Cool is One of the best African musicians with roots from Uganda. I have been nominated and won a number of awards, both local and international, including the PAM awards, MTV, Mobos, Kisima, Koras. One of my biggest concerts was the 46664 concert in Hyde Park, which also saw me chosen as a 46664 ambassador. Band Interests Promoting the best of Ugandan Music to the International Level.

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Sifa-Kelele

SIFA-KELELE is a band dedicated to creating positive developmental change in the community through the vehicle of music. Our own amazing team leader, Mary Sebunya, bore the idea of creating a band that was female oriented and also bent on supporting other young and upcoming musicians. It remained an idea for a number of years until Saturday the 16th of April 2011 when the first meeting was held in Nsambya, a suburb in Uganda. WHAT IS OUR PURPOSE? •To spearhead, support and build developmental change in society through positively inspired music. •To create a platform for talented artists in the fields of performing Arts, Visual Arts and Plastic Arts. The band puts great priority in supporting female artists. •To nurture and develop musical talent and skill within members of the band and in the community. •To grow, support and develop the band and its team through specific income generating activities. Band Interests Community Service Artists We Also Like LAURYN HILL: BENON MUGUMBYA: HILLSONG: PAPA SAN Members KATHRYN MIREMBE EVA SEBUNYA MARY SEBUNYA DYNA OUNDO BRIDGET KITIMBO PAULIN MUSHENGEZI WINNIEFREDAH TUKAMUHEBWA JACKIE MUBIRU DAMALI KALANZI JONATHAN ONYANGO ELIZABETH BUSIINGYE PASCAL MUGAMBE

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Batabazi

Batabazi is a music group from Uganda, currently based in Boston, MA, USA. Batabazi was started in 2007 by Jerome Black and PG later on Gera, Tasha and Tha Mayor came on board.They used to freestyle mostly, a group of guys trying to express themselves lyrically in English and Ugandan vernaculars especially Luganda. In 2009, Batabazi decided to take their music to another level and signed with BaSe Entertainment, who currently manage and promote them. The group’s musical roots are hip hop but are versatile musically with tracks in R&B, Reggae & Genge. A 20-track mixtape behind them, 3 chart-topping songs, an 8-track EP recently dropped, a new Mixtape (2011) and their debut Album on the way (2012), a lot is in the cards for this versatile group. For more information contact batabazi@gmail.com

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Ruyonga

Ruyonga is a Ugandan-born, US-based hip hop music and spoken word artist whose moniker former moniker “Krukid” was fondly given to him in high school after a basketball accident left his face temporarily disfigured. He was one of the pioneering hip hop acts back in Uganda, with his first group winning a nationwide music competition in 2000. He has won numerous awards and has an extensive performance and recording history, having released three albums in physical and digital retail stores like iTunes, and has participated in shows all across the United States. He was picked by Rawkus Records as one of the top 50 artists on the internet, and Rawkus helped release his second solo album, AFRiCAN, in 2007. Rawkus Records was responsible for jumpstarting the careers of Mos Def, Talib Kweli, Common and Eminem. Ruyonga has recorded songs with many national artists including Brother Ali and Slug of Atmosphere, and has shared the stage with Lupe Fiasco, K’Naan, Wu Tang Clan, Grieves and Budo(Rhymesayers) and The Roots. He has performed and spoken in various settings from colleges and night clubs to churches, coffee shops and Howard University classrooms. His powerful live shows consists of anywhere from a single backing dee jay to a full live band with equally engaging supporting acts, depending on the concert size and budget. He has a strong online presence on Google, Bing, Facebook, Twitter and other social networking sites.

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MunG

Hip Hop artist

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Deejay Jo

Deejay JO is a Ugandan Male radio personality and deejay born in Kampala. He hosts Livewire (Friday, 9pm-1am) on Radiocity 97fm: The biggest Friday Night DJ Mix show in town, where his dj set is a balance of different genres of hit music from all over the world. Together with Mckenzie and Sal, this show has grown to become the town’s ultimate weekend starter. I also host Black & Proud (Saturday, 4pm-6pm) on Radiocity 97fm: A celebration of African talent, where it’s an all African affair, focusing on Music of artists from the continent. Join my parties by following me on twitter www.twitter.com/jo_deejay and www.facebook.com/Deejayjolive

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Price Love

When i awake all i want to do is sing! live and be happy! For God's Glory and Not Mine! What About You? :-)

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Richy

Richy (Richard Kaweesa) is a singer, songwriter and guitarist from Uganda. He comes from a religious family where his father is a pastor. He also comes from a musical family. Two of his brothers, Kingsley and Philla have etched Reggae careers for themselves, one of whom is a producer and has produced some of Richy's work. Born in 1990, he started singing professionally in 2009 when he burst on to the scene by winning the MTV My Video Award and releasing his first single titled "Will You Dance" and soon followed it up it with his most popular song to-date titled "Mama" which was produced by Kingsley and released in 2010. He has worked with several artists in his career so far, such as Babaluku and Philla (Mercy), and Atlas (Will You Dance). In 2012, Richy took a break from music. He had found the industry frustrating and needed to step back and reassess his commercial musical ambitions. He looks at 2012 as his "reflection year". During this time, he enrolled in Music school at the African Institute of Music in Kampala, Uganda where he is currently pursuing a diploma in Music. It was also during this time that he started recording his debut album with the help of a producer friend and support from fellow artists such as Myko Ouma. In July 2012, he started writing and recording his album "My Words" which was released in June 2013. Richy is at the dawn of his career with a great future ahead of him.

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Featured Albums

Singles- Rabadaba

Contains 3 songs by Rabadaba.

Kidepo

Contains 11 songs by Qwela .

Jay Arc Singles

Contains 2 songs by Jay Arc.

Minzani(Weighing Scale)

Contains 8 songs by Bebe Cool.

Aethan Singles

Contains 1 songs by Aethan.

Kla House Session Volume 2

Contains 1 songs by DJ Crisio.

Umculo Wami

Contains 1 songs by Dj Aludah.

Speaking Vernacular

Contains 16 songs by GNL Zamba.

Tales

Contains 10 songs by Price Love.

DJ Crisio Mix

Contains 1 songs by DJ Crisio.

Features(Toniks)

Contains 3 songs by Allan Toniks.

Features (Rabadaba)

Contains 13 songs by Rabadaba.

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