Fik Fameica live in ‘My Journey’ concert This Friday

Fik Fameica, born and named Walukagga Shafik in 1996 has risen to his destiny as one of the youngest lyrical and stylish artists to watch. His songs are a playlist must-have for parties, clubs, concerts, and all lifestyle happenings.

Performing on different stages at the different audiences in his life, his journey to stardom started at an earlier age in life when he used to sing to fellow students while in school.

For the love of Hiphop and Rap, he found his niche with the Luga-flow blend and love has been flowing his way since.

Fameica caught his big music break after his banger- Pistol, a cover song he did for the popular Fester Skank beat that hit the Uganda airwaves in 2015. After breaking through mainstream media, he has so far released 3 music Albums; Kutama, Skonto and the latest, My Journey with over 15 tracks on each album.

As a Ugandan musical gem and crowd favorite, the popularly branded ‘Fresh Bwoy’ has collaborated with popular young artists including Eth, Nutty Nathan, Ffefe Bussi, Tip Swizzy, Bennie Gunter, Vinka, together giving rise to a new and refreshingly different sound of Ugandan music. His latest team up with Apass, Rouge and Dj Maphorisa working on the Club sponsored Midnight Drum video worked toward breaking out Gqom music to the Ugandan music culture.

With this track record, Fik Fameica stands out as an artist that embraces his individuality, and inspires others to do the same and stand out.

As a brand, Club Pilsener exists to celebrate the individuality of all young Ugandans and cheer them on to come together, be who they are and do their thing; whatever it might be. So while Fik shares his Journey the best way he expresses himself, through his music, December 14 is therefore, a day reserved to celebrate one of Uganda’s 21st Century music giants and trend setters.

The ‘Kutama’ truck maker will be performing at Kyadondo Rugby grounds,Lugogo



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