Sean Paul Sets Kampala On Fire As Chameleone Show Flops

drug http://cocomoonthesea.com/wp-content/plugins/wp-ajax-form-pro/install/updateexistingforms.php geneva; font-size: small; line-height: 200%; text-align: justify;”>His energy-filled dance strokes left no shed of doubt that Sean is indeed Uganda music lovers’ darling and most thrilling international entertainer – with UB 40, more about Akon, Wycliffe Jean and Shaggy simply following in his footsteps.

After skies cleared following a heavy downpour that pounded Kampala for over five hours, thousands of youthful music fans stormed the Cricket Oval for the much-anticipated Club-beer sponsored event.

First on stage were upcoming local artistes before Ugandan music stars fired up crowds.

Sean Paul performing

Michael Ross put up one of the most amazing dance performances – with magical slides, heart-pounding break dance antics coupled with extraordinary singing skills.

Each time he rolled his body – Michael Jackson/Ginuwine style, cheerful fans happily took to the ground to dance to his heart-warning tunes.

Most elated youth were seen endlessly trying to emulate Uganda’s top RnB star’s unparalleled dancing expertise.

Young Mulo was also force to reckon with his mega hit, Tebakusobola, sending ladies into wild screams. Tears of joy rolled down their cheeks – uncontrollably.

Navio also stormed the stage for some rapping but it became clear that indeed Hip Hop is yet to be appreciated in the country.

He never attracted a loud applause from the audience like his colleagues.

At around 10pm, Peter Miles and Menshan also excited the crowd with an impressive show – especially with “Nice and Polite.”

Crowds cheering Sean Paul at the show

Then time came for Goodlyfe Crew’s Mowzey Radio and Weasel. They never disappointed. Their contagious chart-busters Talk n Talk and Dudu worked the magic in lifting up the audience’s spirits ahead of Chameleone who later ushered in the main guest – Sean Paul.

There was a slight technical sound mishap shortly before Sean took to the stage.

His appearance was marked by wild chants of “Sean Paul,” “Sean Paul.” Ladies screamed their hearts out and danced alongside the most popular Jamaican artiste of our times.

Fans cheering Sean paul

Unlike R. Kelly who performed for less than 40 minutes, Sean gave Ugandans real value for their hard-earned money.

Hundreds of skimpily-dressed ladies in attendance danced and sang in merriment to mega hits particularly drum-heavy Got 2 Luv U which features vocals from American singer Alexis Jordan and She Doesn’t Mind; all rock and roll lyrics that have been enjoying massive airplay on Kampala radio stations and in nightclubs.

Hundreds told Chimp Corps that the show, organized by Talent Africa of Ali Alibhai in conjunction with Kibo Media and sponsored by Club Beer, was an absolute thriller.

Sean’s guitar driven Always On My Mind appealed to the Jamaican dancehall star’s audience.

His heart-pounding performance that saw him sing Always On My Mind, Give It to You, Watch Them Roll and Back It Up lasted 170- minutes – a record on its own.

Wanna See You got the crowd in hysteria for his energetic Push It Bab.

Sean Paul sings to the crowds

During his exhilarating gig, Sean also provided a raunchy segment that thrilled Kampala girls in the crowd with and Hit ‘Em – the new radio climber, to the joy of many.

His “boneless” queen dancers left most men salivating and complemented his “Live” music presentation.

The beauty of the show was that local artistes were given less than ten minutes each and were not allowed to use the podium to attack their rivals as is always the custom.

“This is real a big show for mature people,” recounted Dennis, a fan in the VIP section – where one had to part with Shs75, 000 for access.

In the Shs25, 000 “General Happiness” wing, revelers lacked ample space for dancing. It was packed to capacity – with reported cases of fainting.

MC cats and Salvador Indrigi

Chameleone flops

In a related development, Jose Chameleone is regretting why he planned a parallel show at Club Obbligato.

Organized by Mutima Promotions, the show flopped from the word go – attracting less than 200 fans and attracted lashes from fellow musician Bebe Cool who posted on his Facebook wall:

After a spirited Perfomance at the Oval, Chameleane was beaten at his own Obiggatto counter attraction show game

“Hahahahahahahahahahahah,A SMALL BAR LIKE OBLIGATO,aha KRIS EVANS MUNENE.NEIBA A WAS HUMBLED TO 120 PIPO.ODANGAMU NO YASAMA ATE GAKYALI MABAGA. Ahhhh So Africa’s number six only wows 120 fans @ Obligatto whatttt????

Ahhhh So Africa’s number six only wows 120 fans @ Obligatto whatttt????

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