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Moments at the FireBoy Kampala Concert

Dubbed FireBoy Live in Kampala, the thumped up show was definitely a sold-out event considering the mammoth audience it attracted, which of course was well served with an electrified stage presence…

FirBoy DML Live in Kampala Concert

-Kampala

Organized by Malembe Life in proud sponsorship of Guinness, Nigerian Afro-Pop and beat musician Fire Boy’s gracing of Kampala was a concert well marked. Right from its set-up, the organization was a plus, the performances which highlighted Uganda’s Navio, Fik Famaica , Zex Bilangilangi, Sheebah Karungi, along side Deejays Slick Stuart and Roja, Vj Spinny among others, they pumped up Lugogo Cricket Oval grounds on April 30th.

Dubbed FireBoy Live in Kampala, the thumped up show was definitely a sold-out event considering the mammoth audience it attracted, which of course was well served with an electrified stage presence.

Besides Fireboy’s rejuvenating stage antics, Ugandan Deejay and Radio Host Ssuna Ben was another act that stole the show. Hailing from Masaka, the act who is lately an audience catch for his humorous and electrified deejaying and stage

FireBoy
Event Hosts
Deejay Duo Slick Stuart and Roja on Stage
The audience
Navio Performs
Ssuna Ben Stole the Show
Sheebah Karungi
VJ Spinny
Visual Artists Kwiz-Era sets up a Mural

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Moments at the FireBoy Kampala Concert

Dubbed FireBoy Live in Kampala, the thumped up show was definitely a sold-out event considering the mammoth audience it attracted, which of course was well served with an electrified stage presence...