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Irene Ntale outs 6 songs after a one year hiatus

By Michael Nampala 26 Jul 2020 01:12 AM EAT

The wait is over, Irene Ntale fans are playing her music from back to back after a period of about a year without releasing new music.

Irene Ntale EP dubbed Sukaali

Irene Ntale releases her EP album dubbed Sukaali

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The former Swangz Avenue artist now signed to Universal Music Group on (July 24) released her Extended Play (EP) album that has six tracks, that have been uploaded on various digital platforms.

The fans are lost for choice on the best song out of the six, but going by the YouTube views, 'Sukaali' has over 4,000 views followed by Every Way with 3.5K views.

The other songs on the EP include; Every Way, Onkubirako, Turn Up and Mpima.

These are some of the fans that have listened to the songs; 

"If I was getting married this year this tune, Allergy, would have been my opening dance."

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"We've missed you for so long, baby..."

"Sweet voice my Ntale.... Can't wait for the visuals."

The full album has 12 songs, but she has only released six for now. In the songs, you can't miss her voice.


During the Club Beatz Online Concert, Irene Ntale talked about how she had recorded a full album though COVID-19 was the reason she was not releasing it. Most of the songs were recorded from Nigeria

The guitarist, singer and songwriter is behind songs like Sembera, Enamba, Nyamba, He Go Down, Kyolowoza among others.


Irene Ntale tweets

"Problem is we Ugandans think we know everything about everything. There's a lot to learn,"

The singer, songwriter and guitarist formerly signed to the Swangz Avenue record label fell out with her bosses, Julius Kyazze and Benon Mugumbya who are the label's proprietors citing various reasons and at the time, Vinka was her manager.

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