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Bebe Cool, Jose Chameleon Music Battle Confirmed

Bebe Cool, Jose Chameleone Music Battle Confirmed

After a number of years of asking, the much-anticipated music battle between Bebe Cool and Jose Chameleone will soon happen. After lasting two decades in Uganda’s dynamic music industry, the two are still going stronger.

The milestones reached by both of them speak volumes and their catalogues shall keep their names written in the hall of fame for ages.

The old foes turned friends are now ready to awaken their music rivalry on stage in a battle that is set for later this year.

In his appearance during the Monday Comedy Store show at Levels Lounge, Bebe Cool revealed the show will happen this year.

He said that Lugogo Cricket Oval will be the venue for the battle of the legends. However, they haven’t fixed the dates yet.

‘’No concert gets better than this but y’all are not ready for us when we battle in Lugogo. The ‘Doctor’ has opened the chapter officially and asked for a battle with the man from Kiwatule in Lugogo Cricket Oval,’’ he proudly revealed.

Chameleone has always welcomed the idea but he wants to earn from it the most in financial terms. Therefore, if his terms are met, the show will definitely go on.

The Leone Island chief also wants the battle to last through the night. Apparently, he has so much music to showcase on that day.

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