Sean Paul seals Lugogo Cricket Oval as Chameleone flops @ Club Obliggato.


The Jamaican-American musician Sean Paul said performing in Uganda for the second time is dream come true for him.

The Jamaican born and the American based singer Sean Paul portrayed himself to the Ugandans as one of the best performers in the music industry.

He has joined the best performing artists that have ever visited Uganda. These performers include UB 40, Akon, Wycliffe Jaen and Shaggy.

The day started on a bad side as it rained the whole day but this did not stop the fans from filling the Lugogo cricket oval to capacity.

The event that was organized by Talent Africa Headed by Ali Alibai in conjunction with Kibo Media and sponsored by Club Beer was an absolute thriller.

Emcees Salvador Indrig was on to his old self with his vulgar funny jokes and Robin Kisty of Mic Check and NTV respectively entertained the funs in the best way.

Local artists started to perform at 8:00 PM. Michael Ross was the first one on stage to entertain the crowds, he was followed by Peter Miles and Meshan who made a good performance.

Ugandan Hip hop star Navio and his Klear Kut crew entertained the crowds with some of the best Ugaflow hits that included Ngalo.

The dynamic duo Radio and Weasel rocked the stage to perform some of their best hits that made the crowds to cheer and sing with them.

Their Performance was later taken to school by their nemesis Jose chameleon he rocked the stage with his Leone Island Crew that included papa Cidy and Young Mulo.

Later at around 9:30 PM the music systems had to be set in advanced mode such that a quality sound is produced before Sean Paul swings into action. The exercise that took around thirty minutes and the people seemed bored as the there was no music to dance to.

At 10:00 PM, the much anticipated moment of Truth had come as Sean Paul rocked the Stage with a band back up plus the Queen dancers. These dancers danced as if they were boneless and for sure they danced themselves lame.

This was the bliss point of the show; Sean Paul sang most of his best songs. When the D.J Sampled the “Got to love you” hit, the crowds almost run riot as they cheered him.

Chameleone flops @ Club Obliggato.


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