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Top performers Maddox and Karole Kasita lined up for Club Beatz At Home

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Clear your Sato for Omuyimbi… Maddox Ssemanda Sematimba will be performing live on the Club Beatz At Home concert. He is joined by the new Dancehall empress Karole Kasita.

Coming off spirited performances by Spice Diana and Dre Cali in the last episode of the Club Pilsener-sponsored bi-weekly concert, this weekend is one to watch out for because of the artistes lined up.

David Amon ‘Maddox’ Ssemanda Sematimba (48) is a legend in his own ranks in the Ugandan music industry. The Roots Reggae artiste is popular for his timeless Reggae ballads.



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Winnie Nwagi pours heart out as daughter celebrates 10th birthday

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Winnie ‘Nwagi’ Nakanwagi revealed her utmost pride in being a mother to a wonderful daughter Dee M. Valerie as she added a year to her age on Saturday 6th March 2020.

Away from the hit songs and raunchy photos, Winnie Nwagi is a single loving mother of one daughter identified as Dee M. Valerie.

Josh Ruby is an Editor with high interest and knowledge in the Ugandan entertainment space, an industry he has been actively part of since 2010. Leads to breaking stories are welcome!



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Spice Diana on why she would never date a fellow musician

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Songstress, Hajara Namukwaya aka Spice Diana has buried hopes of male musicians who have often sought and dreamt of winning a place in her heart as lovers.

This follows her discontinuation of any chance to date a fellow musician.

Appearing in a radio interview on Galaxy FM’s ‘Explosion’ with Mr. Henrie, the ‘Ready’ singer said she would never fall in love with a colleague in the same business she does.

Spice revealed how it would be disastrous for each other’s music careers especially after breaking-up.

She also neatly learns from the past relationships between artists that have always ended-in-tears.

It’s a bit hard, and complicated for me. If you go by the records, such relationships have and will always end in tears. If the relationship ends in tears, we can’t look in each other’s face hence disrupting my business. I can’t handle because when I break-up with you, I don’t even look into your face,” Spice Diana said on radio.

Spice’s narration puts at rest all reports have often arraigned in relationships with number of fellow musicians.

We will keep you posted



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UBL headquarters lit green to celebrate St Patrick’s Day

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Last night, Uganda Breweries illuminated their head offices at Port Bell, Luzira, green, in commemoration of St Patrick’s Day.

This year, the Irish holiday celebrated across the world with fanfare, parades and Guinness, their biggest beer export, may not be as action packed as previous years due to the coronavirus pandemic restrictions and Standard Operating Procedure (SOPs) set by the government to curb its spread.

In the interests of keeping the public safe, the Luzira based brewery is recognizing the holiday by illuminating their main building, The Bell House in neon green lights ahead of the actual St Patrick’s Day set for Wednesday, March 17.

UBL’s Premium Beers Manager, Elizabeth Batamuliza reiterated the brewery’s effort in commemorating St Patrick’s Day, as recognition of their beer brand Guinness’ Irish heritage. Guinness was first brewed in Dublin, Ireland in 1759 and it is a mainstay in St. Patrick’s celebrations all over the world.

“As Guinness, we recognize that Ireland is our home. We encourage our Guinness consumers across the country to toast to St Patrick’s as we look forward to a momentous celebration next year,” she said.

UBL’s headquarters illuminating in green to celebrate St. Patrick’s is part of Ireland’s Global Greening Initiative that has seen over 500 iconic buildings and sites across the world lit green over the years.

In Uganda, the Jinja Bridge and the Equator have previously been lit green. Famous sites across the world include Madison Square Garden in the US, London Eye, Burj al Arab in UAE, Niagara Falls in Canada, the ‘Welcome’ sign in Las Vegas, the Chain Bridge in Budapest, Hungary and the Christ the Redeemer statue in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil among others have also been lit in green lights.

St Patrick’s started as a Christian holiday in Ireland to honour the country’s patron saint that was killed in the fifth century. It has morphed into an annual celebration of Irish culture across the world.



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