Sunday, May 15 2016
All roads were on Friday leading to Hotel Africana for the Radio and Weasel’s Omwana Wa Bandi album launch.
It was fairly attended considering the fact that, not long back, Forum for Democratic Change party announced that their supporters should boycott artists loyal to the ruling party.
Well, two shows were held on the same day, Omwana Wa Band and Mathias Walukagga's show at Freedom City. It's estimated that the Freedom City show had about 10,000 revelers while the fans at Radio and Weasel's show were far less than the 2015 Juice Xplosion concert.
"Thank you all for believing in us, we made history together, we love you."
"Radio and Weasel were very smart, sound was good, stage was good but the turn up was low. Pallaso and Chameleone came with about 20 guests each," music pundit, Eddie Sendi, noted during the Talk N Talk show on Saturday.
The dynamic duo stepped on stage an hour to the official closing time for the concert which certainly did not go down well with the fans. 'Ability' was the song the loyal fans loved most.
Bebe Cool performed Woman and his very latest; Ki Ekiganye which very much reminds you of the then Bogolako and Kasepiki beats that he had shelved for a while now to do the easy listening jams. Chameleone did his Wale Wale and Mama Mia. Pallaso also performed.
Yesterday, the duo were performing at Collins Hotel in Mukono and tonight, they will be performing live at Nican Hotel in Lweza at just 10K.
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