Aug
29

The longer COVID-19 rears it's ugly head-The longer the Devil dances in the empty pockets of Ugandan musicians

8461_10151896016422355_979222543_n Photo montage of Uganda's leading male musicians-Jose Chameleone, Bobi Wine and Bebe Coolsicians-
Looking into my crystal ball, I can ably predict that the longer COVID-19 keeps rearing its ugly head, the scarier it will likely get for Ugandan musicians, specializing in genres, where getting appreciated, however hardworking one is, is akin to casting pearls before swine. For the Ugandan music industry in general and am just an innocent crystal ...
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Jul
12

Episode 2: Anti-racism/anti-police brutality songs.

Somali children holding a cloth emblazoned with the words- Black Lives Matter Courtesy Photo
In episode two of this podcast, I present to you more flavours of some powerful anti-racism/anti-police brutality songs. The 2019 Ugandan anti-police brutality song "Afande" by the firebrand People Power President, Bobi Wine is included and also in one of the Africa anti-racism protests sound bytes I use, a Nigerian protestor tells a short sto...
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Jul
09

Music as a vehicle of protest against social injustice

A painting of an African drummer by Vero Muwonge An African percussionist impressionist painting
While not all music genres take the liberty to speak out often against social injustices, there are those to whom it has become an incumbent duty, too. From the years of old, Hip Hop, Reggae and R&B have been the exception to the rule; using their musical platforms to speak out regularly against societal injustices.And it is not only in the Uni...
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