However, the B2C boys were the first to slate a date for their concert then Juliana came in later. She however says they both have different audiences so the concerts will both be successful.
“Having a concert on the same day with B2C shouldn’t be a problem because we have different fans. I wish them good luck on that day and I wish they fill up that space. I’m their fan.”
Meanwhile, she said her concert is mainly to connect with her fans much as she has no new music as per now.
“Losing my child was my worst, it is a miracle that I’m here and going to have a concert. My expectations is a beautiful evening with my fans. The real reason for the concert is to connect with my fans.”
She said she is not the type to be in studio all the time because she needs refreshing and it’s not good for artists.
“Sometimes I can decide to pull back to come back when I’m fresh. You can’t do that when you are constantly running like a machine.”
However, B2C boys showed discontentment with this idea of these two concerts on the same day. According to them, they would have preferred these two concerts on different days.
Douglas Lwanga says the concerts will sell out
In similar news by NEWSLEXPOINT.com, NBS presenter Douglas Lwanga came out to air his views about the upcoming concerts, especially for legendary female singer Juliana Kanyomozi and the Kampala Boys, B2C.
According to Lwanga, he thinks both concerts will sell out despite being listed on the same day.
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