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BigTril

BIGTRIL (Born In Greatness To Rise Into a LEGEND)... real names KAIZA ROWLAND RAYMOND ..is an extraordinary rapper from kampala,uganda ....hez known for his pace control when it comes to raping fast n slow and for blendin the western element of rap to the african vibe of music.not forgeting his lyrical strength ...He has featured on a couple of international smash hit remixes....takin for example WHOOLA WHOOP [by stella mwangi and mohombi and also havnig BENNY D and PLANET VI formerly knwon as ROCKCITY on his new jam titled ballin...his smash hit inside outside topped the charts followed by STRAKA MONEY ..the sky is the limit for this new and skilled rapper....

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DJ Global

DJ  Global  aka  Global  Schemes,  while  based  in  Uganda,  is  truly  a  global  citizen.  Ugandan  by  nationality,  but  raised  in  Kenya,  Sierra  Leone,  Ivory  Coast,  Swaziland  and  the USA, DJ Global's interests in different musical styles developed at an early  age. It all started back in the first year of high school, when he was introduced to 2  Technic 1210’s (turntables). His love and passion  for music is clear to anyone who  has  heard  him  produce  or  spin  tracks  in  the  hottest  nightspots  across  the  globe.  Global has played at quite a number of high profile events around the world. While  in New  York  City,  he was a  staple at  Club NV  on Wednesdays. He also  featured at  other  top  night  clubs  such  as  Club  Cheetah  and  Sounds  of  Brazil  (S.O.B’s). Having  graduated from New York University, he also played at a variety of the university’s  events. On  the African continent, he has played at events in Swaziland,  Zimbabwe,  South Africa, Kenya and Tanzania.  In  Uganda,  the  DJ  Global  brand  has  grown  from  strength  to  strength,  with  a  reputation  for  being  “The”  DJ  to  hire  for  your  event.  The  types  of  events  include  private functions, corporate events, album launches, weddings and theme nights.  In addition to being  the number one DJ in Uganda, Global Schemes is a member of  the duo called Market Makers; a formidable team and production house that uses its  resources as a one‐stop‐shop for all musical professional needs: from music & video  production,  songwriting,  image,  and  marketing.  Along  with  his  business  partner  Gasuza  they  have  produced  music  for  some  regional  and  international  artists  including  Kelly  Rowland  (USA),  Samini  (Ghana),  Slikour  (South  Africa),  P‐Unit  (Kenya)  and Ugandan  artists  Jose  Chameleone,  Bebe Kool, Navio, Lilian  to  name a  few

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CODE

CODE is a young African hip hop artist who hails from Uganda. His love for music began at age 13 and most of his rap influences sprung from the likes of Jay Z, Kanye West, Eminem and Nas. Back home he looked up to the likes of Klear Kut. He began working on his craft, learning the basics from these influences and created a rapper whose flow, diction and wordplay are slowly grasping his hometown, Kampala. He performed at the talent shows at his high school and there he discovered his desire to be a musician. Fast forward to 2012, CODE took his rapping to another level, performed at even bigger stages, became a proud member of GEUrban and has now become a force to reckon with in the UG Hip Hop Scene today, following the mainstream success of his hit song, “SHUT IT DOWN”.

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Peter Miles

Peter Miles' career as an African dancehall artist started in 1994 when he was just 14 years old. Over the years he has worked with artists like, General Levy of the incredible fame from London, 2face from Nigeria, Swahili nation, Soul singer Jaqee based in Sweden, East African bashement crew and many more. Peter Miles now records in his home based "ROAD BLOCK"studio in Entebbe (Uganda), and the Ogopa DJs based in Nairobi (Kenya). He writes his own music and produces. His music is a blend of Ragga/reggae with a local African feel, which includes local languages like Luganda, Swahili mixed with English, which he calls African reggae dancehall. Peter Miles has shared stage with many acclaimed stars like R. Kelly, Wyclef Jean (at the Zain Launch in Uganda), T.O.K. (at his concert in Uganda) Buju Banton, Kevin Little, Brick and Lace, Assasin, Elephant man at the Silk sreet jam in Uganda, and many more. He has performed in various cities around Africa and Europe and the U.S.A. including Nairobi, Mombasa, Dar-es-salaam, South Africa, Berlin, and London. 2005 February 22nd MTV launched the first pan-African music channel 'MTV Base Africa'. Peter Miles is one of the pioneer artists in Africa selected to feature on the channel right from the start and was selected to perform at the channel’s launch in Uganda. In the same year his track "Owange" featured as the title track on an international African reggae compilation by a German based record company called Outhere records. Peter Miles has won various awards in Africa including; -Best Ragga artist/group PAM AWARDS for 2 years (UGANDA) -Best Ragga dancehall video Channel O awards (SOUTH AFRICA) -Best dancehall video Kisima awards (KENYA) On the 7th June 2007, Peter Miles was the only artist from East and central Africa selected to perform at the anti G8 summit concert code named the"P8 concert” in Rostock"Germany"alongside other big European bands like U2, Bono, Youssou N'dour, Bob Geldof, Seed, and many more, his performance act was one of the few that were selected to air on Germany's biggest TV station ARD at prime time.. Look out for Peter Miles' latest hot singles: "Hot Party Wine" with Spice, the female star from Jamaica, "Full Attention" with Levysill from Kenya, and Nice & Polite remix featuring Elephant Man. A lot more is coming! www.petermiles.net

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Bobi Wine

"The world is looking for somebody to do something, not explain why he did not." These words, uttered by none other than H. E. The Ghetto President Bobi Wine reveal one who has gone through it all. By that, I mean all the constant hardships and hopelessness third world musicians go through without any breakthrough to success. But Bobi Wine is one of the few exceptions to the rule. His story has been the most inspiring. Born on the 12th of February in 1982 in Mpigi District south west of Kampala capital, Bobi Wine was christened Robert Kyagulanyi and joined nine other siblings into the harsh life of ghetto living in Kamwokya, one of the worst slums of Kampala. If his problems taught him anything, definitely innovation was one of them. "Underground shows with a Walkman, a borrowed amplifier and a speaker was how he used to make ends meet. At school he would spread the word and after school charge students fifty shillings (less than quarter a dollar) per head and he would jam! he got into trouble with the school administration but that was the way he made his pocket money at school." By the end of his 'O' level he had composed many songs but had no money to record. It was one of the most disheartening things in his pursuit of his musical dream. In '98 after his 'A' level, he finally saved some money over the years to record and managed to make four tracks; Kalyonso, Doreen, Namulembe but they were of very low quality. They therefore did not receive any credit or attention. That didn't faze him. He increased his intensity of odd jobs like collecting edible grasshoppers for sale in his vacation. Then he tried his luck again in 2000, and recorded Abakyala, this didn't do well either. By then he was in his first year in Makerere University and made mud bricks during his free time. He also did painting, while he was a porter at a building site. "I wasn't afraid of my friends disrespecting me because they understood my situation. Besides I am not after giving a false impression of myself so I could go work and perform at occasions like Karaoke in nightspots around the city." Then finally, the chance to record again came and Bobi managed to record his song "Akagoma" meaning 'the drum'. " He had to do it within thirty minutes because he was in through backdoor connections. And when thirty minutes was up he was kicked out. I thank those guys." This song later became a hit and played on radio and nightclubs around the country. Finally Bobi Wine got room to breathe. " He loves the reggae/dancehall style because he feels, that's the best way he can express himself. And also it is the best medium to communicate content and message. It is because he has something to say and that's the best medium for it. It is music for his people, the poor where he comes from. Artists like Buju Banton, Bennie Man, Sizzla, Shabba, Bob Marley and Bounty Killer are the major inspirations for his music. He is a holder of a bachelor’s degree in music dance and drama at the prestigious Makerere University, the biggest University in East and Central Africa. Bobi Wine’s repertoire includes albums like ‘Kagoma, Namulime, Wendi, Bada, Kiwani Mazimawanvu to mention but a few. From nothing in the 1998’s when he began his career to the biggest artist in Uganda today. Bobi Wine is the holder of 3 PAM Awards including Artist of the year 2006. Bobi Wine has performed in Sweden, England, USA, South Africa and all over East Africa. He has also been featured on almost every major concert in Uganda including concerts featuring international artists like T.O.K, Shaggy, Chaka Demus & Pliers, Sean Paul, Buju Banton. With his crew, the Firebase, which includes himself the president, Buchaman the vice president, Nubian lee the prime minister, and the rest of the cabinet He now owns a stuido where all the Fire Base music is recorded now. Bobi Wine is currently venturing into movies and recently starred in a movie carrying the same title as one of his latest hits ‘Ghetto /Divizionz’ and the movie has won awards all over the world . He has also gone into boxing proffesionally that he recentlly won a fight by a OK. As a socially responsible person, he supports his community whenever he has an opportunity and in his own words, he says “Bobi Wine is a good ghetto youth ready to help the ghetto people and I thank God for everything he has done for me, my wife and for giving me a beautiful Children”.

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Jackie Chandiru

Jackie Chandiru a.k.a Jackie is one of Uganda’s leading female R’n’B artists and vocalists. Jackie kicked off her musical career in 2004 after she emerged as one of the winners for the Coca Cola Pop stars. This led to formation of the Blu 3 which became one of the leading girl groups in Africa. In 2010 Blu 3 went on leave thus leading to the girls working on solo projects. In mid 2010, Jackie released her first single Agassi in both Lugbara (her native language) and English. This song has earned recognition in as a solo artist and earned her an award Best r’n’b single in the just ended Diva awards. She has continued to release songs like Goin’ On ft Jose Chameleone, Gwoyagala ft Rabadaba, Overdose, For all time ft Sami from Eritrea, Bakusigula, Agassi, Stand Together ft Paul Mutebi of Limit X, Baazi Yo, Wind it Up ft Navio and Fidempa and so much more. She has worked with producers like Goodenuff Records, Swangz Ave, Paddy Man from Dream studios, Hanz from Hanz Production and Charlie King. Jacke is amongst few Ugandan musicians to have broken out of the local music scene and made an impact on the African music scene. Their music can be heard on Radio across Africa and their trendy high budget videos have enjoyed extensive airplay on major African networks MTV Base, Channel O and East African Television. For more information about Jackie please contact Contact Details: Tel: +256 784 202 642, +256 752 823 767, +256 774 583 612

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Santana Karma

SANTANA Karma real names Gitta Allan Keith is a rapper, songwriter, poet, entrepreneur, lawyer and founder of a record label known as 100acres Entertainment. Born on 16th September 1986 to Mr. Kasirye Edward and Ms.Nankabirwa Harriet, Santana is the first born in a family of two. He attended Namilyango Junior School for primary, then Uganda Martyrs Namugongo for his secondary level and joined Makerere University from where he graduated with a bachelor of law degree. Santana started embracing music at an early age and was seen miming songs from the likes of the Fugees, Peter Andre, 2pac as early as primary four. In primary school (P.6) he wrote his first song, a love ballad and since then he has written over 170 songs. Santana stepped on the show biz gush in November 2010 when he officially started recording music with Glen Davelinc the co-founding member of 100 Acres label with whom they did a couple of songs that pushed the label ahead across Uganda including a number one Hot 100.0FM single DOCTOR. After huge applauses and credits, 100Acres decided it was time for the members on the label to work on individual projects. It’s from this that Santana started to work on his individual project (album) “FOREPL@Y” in 2012 with his first single “NEMBYELABILA” which was produced by L.O.B of Urban Aksent which dominated charts across the country’s urban radio stations and was named by one of the local tabloids (Kampala Sun) as the Number.1 song to dominate radio charts and night spots for a month. He went on to release his second single “BEAUTIFULU” which received heavy airplay and rotation on all urban radio stations in all regions of the country. It dominated radio station countdowns like Magic 100FM where it spent two months as number one on the countdown, which was a record on the station having an artist with two songs {nembyelabila & beautifulu} on the countdown & a song{beautifulu} being number one for 7weeks straight. It was also named by one of the local tabloids (Kampala Sun) as the Number.1 song to dominate radio charts and night spots. As a result of heavy rotation of his songs and demand by listeners Santana got his songs on caller back tunes with one of the leading companies in the country Blue Cube. Santana is currently working on his 17 track album “FOREPL@Y” on which he released his third single titled “EBANJJA”, which has been received well by his fans across the country. He hopes to future many artists on the album which is to be released JULY 2014. Santana is inspired by the likes of Nas, P-diddy, Jay Z, 2pac, Biggie smalls, Big daddy kane, Ja rule and locally by the likes of Philly Bongole Lutaya, Wumalu Katumba, Paul Kafero and Afrigo band. He describes his kind of music as theatrical hiphop and poetry since he specializes in storytelling and passing on a massage through his witty lines. As a founder of 100Acres Entertainment he has been able to exhibit virtues of a leader and also develop it in different ways which include; Register it as an entity (company). Partner 100Acres Entertainment with The Tribe Uganda, a company that handles 100Acres Marketing & Promotion(both online & offline) Increase the number of artists on the label to four(Santana & Austin) In partnership with The Tribe Uganda he has developed 100Acres Entertainment into a fully fledged house hold brand name with merchandise such as t-shirts, snapbacks & baseballs. 100Acres as a label are working on a joint album known as “MUSIC & POWER” that will feature all artists on the label. With the support & love Santana is getting he believes it’s the beginning & there’s a lot to come. Compiled by; BYARUHANGA FELIX

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Tamba

From the heart of Africa comes the novel sound of a rich panache of music. Tamba brings an atypical feel to a cultural genre suffused with a sundry of folklore sounds from across her homeland, Uganda. Born Sara Mutamba in Kano, Nigeria, Tamba was raised in Uganda where, at a tender age and with her mother’s encouragement and grandmother’s folk influence, she nurtured her affection for singing. She sung occasionally in church with two of her younger brothers and in the year 2000, along with them, formed the acclaimed gospel a capella group ‘SALT’. In it’s four-year lifespan, the soulful group performed in churches, at weddings and corporate events. A Bachelor of Arts graduate from Makerere University and majoring in English literature, Tamba took a break from music and moved to World Vision in Geneva Switzerland, where she took up an internship. She later joined the Global Fund, also in Geneva. She then returned to Uganda and worked for a couple of corporate companies while following her musical dream, a pursuit that seemed frustrating at the time. She again halted her music in 2005 and only resumed singing in 2007, performing at weddings and corporate functions. In 2008 she joined afro-jazz-pop band Qwela as a vocalist and songwriter until 2010 when she begun to cultivate her own forte. In 2011 Tamba launched her solo career and is currently working on her debut album. Fondly described by her fans as ‘the small girl with the big voice’, Tamba is a rare gem. Her passion for African sounds has persuaded her music and songwriting into a wealthy blend of authentic African artistry.

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Aethan

Anthony Ssewabuga better known by the Alias Aethan, is a Ugandan record producer. He started out listening to music through which he grew a penchant for sound and production. His Brother recalls seeing him spending a considerable amount of time listening to a particular song on replay while paying attention to detail, variations and the beat with impeccable concentration which he found boring. He thought music was meant to be enjoyed, not to put one to task. It wasn’t until a friend introduced Aethan to Fruity Loops, a digital audio production workstation in which he picked interest and learnt how to make beats plus more about production. He got his professional start when his brother hooked him up with Klear Kut (Ugandan rap group) in 2007, a move that pushed him to take mainstream production into consideration. Aethan has since worked with artists such as The Mith on So UG, Fire, Big Is Me, Go Hard, and more, Navio on Ngalo, Nnawuliranga, Leka Kwenyumiriza, One and Only, Trouble and much of his catalogue, Klear Kut on Eyo Yange, Independent Woman featuring Peter Miles, Fresh featuring P-Unit from Kenya, worked with GNL on Ani Yali Amanyi, Wololo, Ruyonga on Blood Fire Smoke Vapour, Victory, Lilian Mbabazi on Get Out The Door, Flex D’Paper (with whom they run a partnership in Rapaholix Music), LugaFlow Army on The Aeth Way, AirPorTaxi on 808s & Heart breaks, Don Mc on Yes Yes among others. Aethan has become known for fusing African percussion and artistry with Western electronic and synth sounds cemented by solid drum patterns and an appetite for sampling, a style that he says is as a result of his early musical observations in the works of American production leading men like RZA, Kanye West, Just Blaze with the way they turned Motown classics into heavy hitting rap beats with a soulful fabric, more so Timberland who has continuously re-invented his sound. With such insight, Aethan has gone ahead to create his own lane and localize those ideas, tapping inspiration from the rich sound of the African beat to make music for a global audience. He is currently working on a project that he dubbed “The Aeth Way” in honour of the way he crafts his productions; Aethan produced most of his past works while at College in his hostel room, a factor that he says inspired a unique level of creativity in a setting that was on the users end.

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Juliana Kanyomozi

We wish to introduce to you Juliana Kanyomozi, Who is one of the most popular contemporary musicians in East Africa today,Untill recently, She was the PAM Award artiste of the year – 2008/2009 in Uganda and she is the reigning East African female artist of the year 2011/2012. She started professional singing in the early 2000’s. Throughout her career she has recorded ground-breaking hits that have included: Say It, Mama Mbire, Taata Wa Baana, Nabikoowa, Kibaluma, Usiende Mbali and the pivotal rendition of Philly Lutaaya’s Diana. In her quest to achieve her Musical dreams, she teamed up with Uganda’s biggest Music producer – Steve Jean who wrote and produced her first solo single, ‘Say it;, The single soared to the top of every music chart in the country, and suddenly it was a hit in all Uganda’s night clubs and entertainment spots, and by the time her second single ‘Seven days’ was released;, Juliana was already a sought after artist at concerts and events in and around Uganda including curtain raising for big names like Youssou Ndour. This song earned her Best R&B artist at the prestigious Pam Awards in 2004.Her first Local Language [Luganda] duet, ‘Taata wa Abaana’ with Bobbi wine was another number one hit that further catapulted Juliana to the summit of Music in Uganda, All Radio music research by independent media houses showed that it was the most played song on Radio stations in Uganda in 2004.She recorded another single with Bobbi wine, ‘Mama mbire’, a tribute to all Ugandan mothers. It was pronounced song of the year at Pam Awards in 2005. Juliana soon embarked on her first debut album. She again teamed up with Steve jean and together, they crafted an eight track album, - ‘Nabikoowa’, which was also the name of the hit single. ‘Nabikoowa’ was a story of a mistreated woman in a relationship who thought that enough damage had been done and rose up to tell the man off!!, and this struck a cord with many women and male fans alike in Uganda. At the 2005 PAM awards, Juliana swept the event with 4 awards including female artist of the year, song of the year, best R&B single and best R&B artist. In the same year, Juliana embarked on a Musical tour that brought her closer to her fans, an estimated 6 Million people have seen Juliana perform on stage in Uganda, apart from Uganda, Juliana has performed in UK,Sweden,Holland,UAE - Dubai. She has been described as a goddess of joy by her Rwandese fans. Juliana has performed in U.S.A, Nigeria, Tanzania, South Africa and Burundi. After that success that came along with her first debut album –‘Nabikoowa’.Juliana tactfully got off the music scene and for the whole of 2006, Juliana was on the drawing board, and in October 2007, Juliana dropped a hot album that made many believe and endorse her as Uganda’s most respected, talented and mature Musician. Her latest album – ‘Kanyimbe’ – let me sing, is currently the most selling album in Uganda’s music stores, and it won her best R&B artist at Pam awards 2007, With hits like ‘Usiende Mbali,Mundeke,Diana and Sirina Mulala’ that have constantly maintained number one spots at all Uganda’s respected Music chart shows on local Fm Radio stations, Juliana female the best Musician/Artist standing in Uganda today.’Kibaluma,Nabikoowa, Kanyimbe,Usiende Mbaali and Haturudi nyuma’ are the biggest songs in Kigali – Rwanda and Tanzania. Juliana is actively involved in works of charity within Uganda, she is a silent Patron of ‘IAM CHILDREN’S ORPHANAGE’, a centre for orphans located in Lungujja in Kampala, she is also a member of the Musician club, and is actively involved in activities that discover and nurture talent in Uganda as well as being a vigilant artist on issues of copy right law in Uganda and she is also a Mother to a 9 year old Son – Keron Kabugo. AWARDS: Best R&B song: PAM AWARDS – 2003. Best R&B Artist PAM AWARDS – 2004. Most inspiring song of the year. MARTIN SERUGA Awards 2005. Best R&B single PAM Awards – 2005 Song of the year: PAM Awards – 2005 Female Artist of the year PAM Awards – 2005 Best R&B Artist PAM Awards – 2005 Best R&B Artist PAM Awards – 2007 Artist of the year PAM Awards – 2008 Female Artist of the year PAM Awards – 2008 Best R&B Artist PAM Awards – 2008 TUSKER PROJECT FAME JUDGE A Television show for East and central Africans,showcasing young talented people, competing in all areas Of Music, i.e singing, vocal ability, stage presence and performance, audience connection etc.the show runs for about two months, and the winner takes the ultimate prize. It can be likened to American Idol in the USA, Pop idol in UK and South Africa. Female Artist of the year: East African Music Awards 2011/2012.

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Navio

Beginnings: Navio aka Daniel Kigozi Jr is one of Africa’s biggest hip hop artist and a multi award winning artist both locally and internationally. He began in the rap group Klear Kut which was nominated for two Kora Awards (Africa’s Grammies) in 2002, and won a Pearl of Africa (PAM) award, Uganda’s leading award show, in 2004 for best Hip-Hop Group. As a solo act he was the first artist to be nominated twice in the same category at the Kora awards in 2008, won Best Hip-Hop Artist at the PAM awards 2008 and 2010, Best Video at the PAM awards. In 2007 and 2010, nominated in Kenya for the Kisima Awards 2008 as Best Male Artist, Best Video and Best Hip Hop Artist. In April 2012, he picked up the award for Best East African Artist at the African Entertainment Awards in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Navio and ONE8 Navio was Uganda’s ambassador to ONE8, the African supergroup featuring fellow artists Fally Ipupa from DRC, 2 Face from Nigeria, Alikiba from Tanzania, 4x4 from Ghana, Movizhalene from Gabon, Amani from Kenya, JK from Zambia and international megastar, R Kelly. The group’s first single “Hands Across the World” was a No 1 single in several countries internationally as well as generating over a million hits on You Tube. Navio’s individual song off the ONE8 album “Feel Free” was a countrywide smash in Uganda peaking at No 1 on the popular Sanyu radio chart. Navio’s sound and style is unique and strikes a balance between an African sound and a contemporary international flavour. About Navio: Channel O He was the most nominated artist at the Channel O music video awards, Africa’s No 1 awards show, in 2011 for Best Male Artist, Best Hip Hop Artist and Best Video of the year for “Keep Moving” In 2012, he was nominated again, this time as Best East African artist for the hit single “One and Only”. “Kata” and the “Kata remix” featuring Akon’s DJ Benny DJ was released to critical acclaim on MTV, Channel O and Trace and “Kata” was in the East African TV Top 10 for several weeks. His latest hit song “Leka kwenyumiriza” has been in heavy rotation on MTV, Channel O, Trace and numerous local channels. Selected awards and nominations Awards: 2004 Pearl of Africa Music (PAM)Award for Best Hip Hop Group (Klear Kut) 2007 and 2010 PAM Award for Best Video 2008 and 2010 PAM Award for Best Hip Hop Artist 2012 African Entertainment Awards Malaysia for Best East African Artist Nominations: 2002 Kora Award nomination for Best New Group and Best Revelation 2008 Kora Award nomination for Best Song for “Klear Discussion” with Klear Discussion and “Burn” with Blu3 2008 Kisima Awards nominated for Best Male Artist, Best Video and Best Hip Hop Artist 2011 Channel O Music Video Award nominations for Best Male Artist, Best Hip Hop Artist and Best Video of the year for “Keep Moving” 2012 Channel O Music Video Award nominations for Best East African Artist Navio Music As a solo artist, Navio’s debut album was “Half the Legend” in 2009 with the hits “Bugumu”, “Salooni”, “Ngalo”, “Badman from Kamwokya” featuring Bobi Wine and “Respect” featuring Jua Kali. His sophomore album, “African Hustler Music” was released in August 2011. Hits off the album include “Raw”, “Nawuliranga (Listen)”, “Keep Moving”, “Wind it up”, “African Hustler Music” and “Dream”. His third studio album, “Girls and Whips in Africa” will be out in 2013. The lead single “One and Only”, 2nd single “Kata” and 3rd single “leka kwenyumiriza” have been released to critical and commercial success Navio discography Bugumu Ngalo Badman from Kamwokya ft Bobi Wine Respect ft Jua Cali Raw ft Dempa Nawuliranga Keep Moving ft Benon Wind it up ft Jackie Dream ft Chameleon One Step Away ft Sway, DJ Benny D, Blu3 & Atlas African Hustler Music One and Only Kata (Remix) ft DJ Benny D Leka kwenyumiriza Navio videography Bugumu Ngalo Badman from Kamwokya ft Bobi Wine Respect ft Jua Cali Raw ft Dempa Nawuliranga Keep Moving ft Benon Wind it up ft Jackie Dream ft Chameleon African Hustler Music One and Only Kata Leka kwenyumiriza Links for Navio’s videos: NAVIO LEKA KWENYUMIRIZA http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k87QhQ4RP_8 NAVIO KATA http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P8oMxowdSYo NAVIO ONE AND ONLY http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fpYdoJkTOf8 NAVIO HANDS ACROSS THE WORLD http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0zNj7C1nXsI NAVIO DREAM http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EbUx0eIIjPM NAVIO - RAW http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6CCHi2HFbQQ NAVIO - KEEP MOVING http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qHJUq9QYEOI   NAVIO FEATURING JACKIE - WIND IT UP http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v97XVvmy2cE Navio footage links: Navio Dream performance up north http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RMeYYOdLYgg Navio crowd surfs in Arua http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AhJPXowyeMI Navio Live Concert Intro by R Kelly performing African Hustler Music http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b2IdOK-hoHM

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Featured Albums

Tantrum

Contains 8 songs by Ray Harmony.

Singles- Juliana

Contains 17 songs by Juliana Kanyomozi.

Pride

Contains 21 songs by Navio.

Bobi Wine 2014

Contains 10 songs by Bobi Wine.

Tropical African Heat Vol. 3 [afrohouse & Afrobeat]

Contains 1 songs by Batenga TheMyth.

Nabikoowa

Contains 9 songs by Juliana Kanyomozi.

Jay Arc Singles

Contains 2 songs by Jay Arc.

SNMS Power Hour

Contains 10 songs by Mister Deejay.

Singles BigTril

Contains 1 songs by BigTril.

Lost Tapes

Contains 14 songs by Patrobas.

To Live & To Die

Contains 22 songs by Jackie Chandiru .

Mamkamwe

Contains 5 songs by Tamba.

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