Thursday, July 25 2013
Trust the Ghetto president, he was on the same flight with Uganda's Vice President Edward Kiwanuka Sekandi and as expected, he could not miss a photo moment with Uganda's second-in-command compensating for the losses he suffered during the independence day celebrations last year when he was stopped from accessing the Presidential Pavilion.
A week back, while launching Clean and Out to the Jamaican music lovers, Mr. G tweeted thus: "Check out my new single Clean & Out remixed by Bobi Wine, one of Africa's biggest artistes." This is likely to earn Bobi more collaborations because based on his earlier post before heading to Jamaica, he had this to say:
"When I set out to be a music man in 1996 as a little boy, me and only my fellow dance-hall artistes drew our inspiration from Jamican artistes Goofy (Mr.G), Red Rat, Buju, Beenie and of course Bounty Killer and many more, Jamaica has always been the capital of dancehall music."
Going to Jamaica had always been his dream but all this is now behind him as he is only a few hours to meeting the stars he had only dreamt about. The ghetto gladiator could not hide his excitement:
"I'm honoured to work with one of the most talented dance-hall artistes alive, I'm very much honoured to represent Uganda and Africa...hmmm, some dreams can actually come true...Jamaica, here I come," he concluded.
Bobi has traveled at the time when the Goodlyfe Crew (Moze Radio and Weasel) are still in the US where they have already done a collabo with the African Act BET winner, Ice Prince plus on going negotiations to being signed to big record labels. The music doctor has also just come back from CONGO, the land of Lingala, where he left them yearning for more of the Badilisha style.
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