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Saturday, January 28 2012

Mega Dee in black while Jamal is all smiles with his babe
Mega Dee has kicked off the year by releasing 'Ssemakookiro' a track dedicated to the new born prince. The track is already doing well on CBS radio and Mega Dee promises more. However, the news of Prince Richard Ssemakookiro is still fresh and it can't be that it was part of Mega Dee's plan for the year 2012.

Mega Dee hails from Busoga which is still getting to terms having a king since the death of the Kyabazinga in 2008. The singer is behind tracks like 'Niwe Wenka', No Body', 'African Sound' and Pum Pum Time.

In a related development, The Abakyala Abaziira artiste Jamal Wasswa has hit back at his mom who recently appeared on local telly accusing him of not taking care of her and yet she could read about him in the papers taking care of other women..!

This did not go down well with Jamal who took a team of journalists to the mom's house that he has constructed for her and also to give the assurance that him and the mother are on good terms.

Having released the 'Abakyala Abazira' song which normally gets almost all the women dancing, they were not amused on hearing that he had ignored the mom and every time he appears for shows, he is being booed for having done such a thing.

Like Mega Dee took advantage of the new born Prince to out a song, Jamal was quick at hitting the studio to come up with his latest song 'Abazadde Temunyiiga' loosely translated as Parents don't get annoyed.

In the song, Jamal is appealing to parents not to put so much pressure on their sons/daughters who may look like they are doing well yet they are only trying to survive.

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