May
10

Podcast: Paying tribute to Legendary African musicians who have fallen in the COVID-19 era.

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In part one of this Podcast, I shine a spotlight on three Fallen African music Legends (Aurlus Mabele, Manu Dibango, and Joseph Shabalala) who have passed on during these apprehensive COVID-19 times.

 
 



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Mar
16

The male mind is not a terrible thing afterall-----Wise up-Ladies

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It is a tad old now, but that Kendrick Lamar-classic Song-b**tch don’t kill my vibe still resonates heavily. 

In my deduction, it is a song that speaks huge volumes about the male psyche.

For starters, Lamar [in the song] expresses his desire to be left alone; on occasion that is.
The lyricist tells his hypothetical beau to eschew killing his vibe [ruining his mood].

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Apr
16

Is Ugandan Hip Hop in safe hands with the emergence of the Boy wonder-Fresh Kid?

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Since the likes of GNL Zamba, St Nellysade, Burney M.C, Cyno, etc, quietly took a hiatus, as it so often happens in the checkered Ugandan Hip Hop landscape, the genre has, for the most part, lacked that fresh and exciting spark.

In many ways, the bloom has been off the genre's rose.

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Mar
05

Podcast: The bloom has steadily been falling off the rose of Uganda's oldest musical genre-Is Kadongo Kamu dying a slow death?

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The bloom has steadily been falling off the rose of Uganda's oldest musical genre-Is Kadongo Kamu dying a slow death?

Have a listen here to the last edition of my Kadongo Kamu Podcast

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Dec
07

Podcast: Can new albums from GNL, Lyrical G revive Ugandan Hip Hop?

Can GNL, Lyrical G new albums revive Ugandan Hip Hop?

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