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Why is Popular Ugandan Music Like Bubble Gum Lately?

Bubble gum music

Music lately is so much like bubble gum in the mouth. It tastes sweet when you have just started chewing it but within no minute, it loses its taste. You even start asking yourself what you actually saw in it. Unfortunately, music currently is in such a state and no one cares. Quality is no longer an issue in any ...

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Miles Rwamiti Quits Spark TV, Joins Politics

Miles Rwamiti quits Spark TV

Miles Rwamiti has decided to quit television for politics. He has been working on Nation Media specifically Spark TV on a show known as Koona. This show was first aired on NTV but because they wanted to increase viewership on Spark, it was pushed there. He has worked on this show for a period of 8 years and has definitely ...

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I Cannot Date Grenade, He’s A Young Boy – Shammie K Claims

I Cannot Date Grenade, He Is A Young Boy – Shammie K Claims

Ugandan musical artiste Shammy Kalule Nalukenge known by her stage names Shammie K and fellow musician Grenade Official whose real names are Deus Ndugwa were rumoured to be in relationship sometime back. Shammie K has however come out and trashed rumours saying Grenade is a young boy that she cannot date him. During an interview with Spark TV, the ‘Nesiga’ ...

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Kenzo Supports Diamond Platnumz In AFRIMMA Nominations

AFRIMMA Nominations

Edrisa Musuuza aka Eddy Kenzo recently showed support for Tanzanian star Diamond Platnumz AFRIMMA nominations. The tourism ambassador and singer said it is up to Ugandans to vote for him or Diamond. Kenzo said in an interview that it is the people’s choice to vote whoever they want. After all, they are both East Africans. ‘’I have no problem with ...

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I Will Only Return To Uganda When Bobi Wine Becomes President – Flavia Namulindwa

There was a wide speculation that the renown TV personality Flavia Namulindwa was fired from the Industrial area based Bukedde TV for allegedly supporting Bobi Wine’s People Power movement. Namulindwa later traveled to United States of America. She had earlier expressed interest in contesting  as women member of parliament for Gomba Constituency in the upcoming general elections. In a brief ...

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