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Catherine Kusasira and Gravity Omutujju to thrill fans this weekend

September 20, 2019, 11:52 AM @ugandaonline

Catherine Kusasira and Gravity Omutujju

Catherine Kusasira and Gravity Omutujju all set...

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Catherine Kusasira's Tears of a Woman concert will be going down tonight at Kampala Serena Hotel and the chief guest is none other than the number one citizen H.E Yoweri Kaguta Museveni.

This will be the second concert the President will be attending after Bebe Cool's Golden Heart concert last year that was held at Kololo Independence Grounds.

Serena Hotel is expected to fill up to capacity as the VIP tables that are normally 45 have been increased to 60. Ordinary tickets are going for 100k and a table 3million.

Kusasira, a member of the Golden Band will be performing her best songs that include among others 'Sonyiwa Bano' that she composed for her hubby after the two had fallen out, they are now back together. 

The other songs are Gutujja that was released around the same time with Rema's Gutujja song , Nalalira and Ekitibwa Kya Baami, Si Dogo, Taxi, and Part of Me among others.

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And tomorrow, the flow will shift from band music to Luga-flow as Geroson Wabuyi aka Gravity Omutujju raps his lungs out at Lugogo Cricket Oval with the ordinary tickets going for a mere 10k.


Omutujju is behind songs like Ekyakuzaala Kye Kirikutta, Embuzi Za Kutudde, Broken English, and his very latest dubbed Kappa among others.

Some of his fans as he was vending tickets downtown were demanding to see the bullet scars he sustained earlier in the year, but he told them to come at Cricket Oval on Saturday and see the scars among others. 

During the last Kampala Carnival concert that was headlined by Diamond Platnumz, Omutujju while performing complained that it was not fair for Diamond to be paid over 100Million and the local artists were paid peanuts, his mic was switched off but after driving his point home.

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