Monday, September 19 2011
The organizers took this chance to bring on board the Ashawo hit star Mr. Flavour just in case Sean Kingston failed to make it but in the end, the move turned out to be a roller coaster move as this was the best show of the year.
The venue got thronged by partiers who wanted to get a feel of the 'Ashawo' star who did not disappoint his fans. The show kicked off with performances from local stars like Toniks, Coco Finger, Cindy, Lillian, The 'Kyaba Too Much' star Mun G, and Goodlyfe among others before Mr. Flavour hit the stage.
Before Mr Flavour could come on stage, P-Unit from Kenya curtain raised with their Kukyoto-Kuriya and also did another track which happened to be a collabo with Lillian. The lights then were switched off to usher in the Ashawo star. He did some of his songs but the crowd went crazy when it was time for the crowds favourite hit Ashawooooo!
This one was performed without a shirt with a lot of polokoto both on stage and off stage going on. Some people were even seen leaving after the Ashawo star done his 'only' track.
Sean Kingston hit the stage a few minutes to eleven doing songs like 'Me Love', 'Take you there', 'Letting Go', Beautiful Gals, 'Fire Burning' and his last was 'Why You Wanna Go'. The Jamaican star concluded by revealing how he loves his motherland Africa, loves Uganda and thanked all. The show was brought to you by Club Africa, Talent Africa among others.
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