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Viboyo Oweyo Is a Music Legend, One of the Best to ever Do it, He Has seen em come & Go, He has Prevailed through the Storms experience Viboyo's experience
Bakri is an RnB,Dancehall artist from Uganda.With a blessed and talented career that started in 2010 as a song writer and member of the boy band Jaamie and Bakri.Recognition as a solo artist commenced in 2012 with the release of the first single SOLATIDO.His talent has so far earned him arcolades for most of his songs written for top artists in the region and within a grace period of time continues to hit charts with the second single 18 & OVER under the management of Dj Bobby and promoter Wajjid.The album CHIDULA enjoys 2 singles with collaborations yet to be released with notch producers,Just Jose and Washington.Hit single 18 & OVER also gained nomination buzz with the club video awards 2013.
His real names, he goes by the names Kyagambidwa Geoffrey. He describes himself as an all rounder when it comes to music to me I think he might come near to the real definition of a musician. He continues to say he is a simple God fearing and friendly to all classes of people. Chagga studied at Mengo Primary School , Light College Katikamu and Kawempe High. Chagga started singing in Namirembe Cathedral Church Choir (what happened all these guys seem to have started with God), during this time he joined Secondary school where he decided to form an r`n`b group called Extra Grim members included Michael Chris now in UK doing Gospel, Martin Ruteta, quit music went to Campus, Isaac who is based in Germany doing secular music too and lastly Benon the other half of the famous duo Benon & Vamposs. After all this he changed his style and started his journey in the hip-hop scene. He started The Bataka now the Bataka Underground. Now Chagga says before it become Bataka Underground, when it was still called Bataka, they basically rapped in Luganda. At this time the Underground was a separate team. These basically rapped in English. Bataka consisted of Chagga and Larat now in UK and Underground consisted of Momo, Krayzie Native. These two merged to form the Bataka Underground. They were later joined people like Babaluk, Lyrical G and Brian and many more. So at that time hip-hop was not selling or was not yet noticed so he started looking for another style. Chagga started Afro Beat style. He started by backing up Chameleone. Later he and Chameleone formed the Leone Island Crew which consists of guy like Weasel, Mowzey, Mr X, Lizard and many more. During that time, he was releasing singles on Chameleone`s albums like “Yoono” on his “Dorotia album”. All this time he was trying to discover himself.
A passionate singer/songwriter, Sitenda was one of the Top 10 finalists at the 2014 edition of the Tusker Project Fame reality TV show. She best describes her sound as deep meaningful soul music infused with modern electro, afro, jazz, hiphop and RnB elements. Sitenda recently collaborated with rapper Benezeri on the song "Mama", released march 2014. #Ela(Again) is her newest single.
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.
Allan Toniks a.k.a Allan Ampaire is a 25 year old Ugandan prforming artiste. Dubbed 'Uganda's Kevin Lytle' For the debut hit single Beera Nange, Toniks did not only win that year's Pam Awards Best R&B Single award but was also nominated in the Kisimas 2008 Awards. Toniks also got a nod in the first ever MTV Africa Music Awards (Mamas) 2008 with Zain for the listeners choice award. He was the only chosen artist in East Africa to perform at the 2010 sound city Music video awards in Lagos Nigeria alongside the likes of Mo Hits(D’Banj, Wande Coal), 2face, P square, Da ma dobling, Banky w, Wiz kid and others. Thanks to the main stream nature of his music as well having an international appeal; Toniks has managed at such an early stage of his career branch out to other countries even beyond East Africa like Namibia, Zambia, Kenya, Rwanda, Burundi, Tanzania and Nigeria. He has shared stage with artistes like P Square, General Ozzy(zambia), Gal Level(Namibia), Bennie man, Sean Kingston, Stella Mwangi as well as Mr. Flavor of Nigeria. Awards 2008 PAM Awards RnB song of the year(winner) PAM Awards RnB artist of the year(Nominated) MAMA Awards Listener’s Choice(Nominated) Kisma Awards Best RnB artiste(Nominated) Buzz Teenies’ Awards Best RnB artiste(Nominated) Buzz Teenies Awards Best RnB Song(Nominated) 2009 Buzz Teenies Awards Best RnB artiste(Nominated) 2010 SoundCity Music Video Awards(Nigeria) Best Pop Video in Africa PAM Awards Video of the year (Nominated) Buzz Teenies’Awards Best RnB artist (Nominated) 2011 Namibian Music Awards Song of the year Namibian Music Awards Video of the year Namibian Awards for Best Collabo of the year Buzz Teenies’ Awards Best RnB artist PAM Awards best RnB artiste(nominated) 2012 Namibian Music Awards song of the year Namibian Music awards best collabo Best RnB artiste buzz awards Best RnB song buzz awards
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
DJ Apeman commonly known as Africa's best DJ is Africa's answer to Tony Touch, Africa's best VJ and Mixtape King. DJ Apeman is credited for having invented his signature afropolitan mix which is a fusion of UK and American street classics with a touch of local classics.Not to forget his natu- ral passion and love for spinning reggae music. Apeman perfected his talents in London's notoriously com- petitive DJ scene, where he developed to become a master of the decks, and crowd-pleasing court jester to go with the talent. After years of rigorous practice and enter- taining, he decided to make a global impact by relocating to Uganda where he is currently based. Despite being Africa's best DJ, Apeman aspires to be more. He is an artist, a producer and has recently launched a campaign ('take over') focused on highlighting African music. He has co-starred in several music tv shows on local TVs as a guest DJ.Apeman boasts of a huge calen- dar signature events including such as the UG Step Party, Arab Money, Battle of the Sexiest, Cayenne Halloween Night, DJ Apeman Showcase and many others. Apeman has performed with various internationally repu- table acts including; P-Square, Tanya Stevens, Tanto Metro & Devonte, KCI & Jojo, WYCLEF JEAN, Benny D, coolie Budz, Mr. Vegas etc. DJ apeman has performed with the majority of top local acts. Worldwide, DJ Apeman has djayed in UK, Sweden, Germany, Tanzania, Burundi, Kenya, and Rwanda.
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.
Jay arc was born March 13th 1993 to Ugandan parents. At an early age, his engrossment in music activities through school performances(Music, Dance and Drama) and other functions, vented his passion to take on music as a career. It's through these activities that he started mastering his music skills as he transitioned through his teenage life that was circled with diverse choices. As years passed on, Jay Arc's appetite for rap and reggae music momentously started increasing as his writing skills matured gradually. Jay Arc's affiliation to Hannz Tactiq of Hannz Records in 2009 sparked a serious-minded musical journey as words of encouragement guided him through a lot of blocks. Under the wings of Hannz, Jay Arc started recording his songs that opened the never ending music voyage. One of his most recognized songs titled "Ndi Wakabi" echoed his maturity on the music scene as many entertainment portals like radios and newspapers appreciated his then speck work. Since then, Jay Arc has worked with several recognized producers like J.T of YEGO Productions, and recently Aethan and Sam Lamara also known as Samurae who have produced some of his recommendable music projects like HATER among others. Jay Arc's music passion is limitless as he tries to float on different genres of music.
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
Dj Karo Mixes
Contains 1 songs by DJ Karo.
Contains 21 songs by Navio.
Contains 3 songs by Juliana Kanyomozi.
Contains 10 songs by Price Love.
Contains 13 songs by Richy.
Features- Peter Miles
Contains 9 songs by Peter Miles.
Contains 15 songs by Radio and Weasel.
Contains 16 songs by Navio.
Set it off
Contains 8 songs by Batabazi.
Mister Deejay Review of UG music 2013
Contains 1 songs by Mister Deejay.
Contains 9 songs by Juliana Kanyomozi.
Contains 3 songs by Rabadaba.