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Photos: Bobi Wine fires up crowd at “Your Music Your Voice” concert

By Our Reporter

Musician and political activist, Bobi Wine lived up to his billing at the “Your Music Your Voice” concert that was held at Design Hub in Kampala on Wednesday evening.

The newly elected MP who stepped on stage minutes after midnight amid loud cheers and ululations fired up the eagerly waiting crowd in a performance that lasted for close to half an hour. He kicked off his performance with his single, “Badman from Kamwokya”, before later shifting gears to his more politically charged songs, in which he often changed lyrics to match the current political climate. He thrilled revelers with some of his songs like, “Situka”, “Time Bomb” “Specioza”, and “Bikwase Kyagulanyi” among others.

In between his performance, he also delivered an inspirational talk. “This is not just music. It is our voice; the voice is the special gift we are given either to destroy our lives or improve them. We the young people have the power to determine the kind of future we want.”He said. “I have tried to be a musical activist for a longtime, but we sometimes need to a step further to influence the change we want to see.”

Organised by Goethe-Zentrum Kampala, the concert  was graced several other artists from Africa and the diaspora whose music advocates for social change who included Megaloh feat. Ghanaian Stallion (Germany), Monza (Mauritania), Eric 1Key (Rwanda), Juma (Kenya) and St. Nellysade (Uganda) among others.

Here are some photos from the concert:

Your Music Your Voice concert

All photos by @KreativAdikt 

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