Geosteady Vows To Thrill Fans

Singer George William Kigozi aka Geosteady has promised to exhibit real talent and grand surprise performances at his upcoming concert.

During a presser that was held at Imperial Royale Hotel on Tuesday, Geosteady promised to put up a thrilling performance at his concert.

The ‘Owooma’ singer while addressing the media, said; “This is going to be my first official concert ever since I started music, I am so scared, yet very excited.”

He added that; “I have come from far to be where I am today and at this concert seeing my dad in the front row smiling will be the best thing because he never believed that I could pull it off in music.”

When asked why it took him 6 years to stage a concert, the singer said that he had never felt ready for it, but that now he is ready since he has the music and fans.


His manager Unik Mugisha, said that “We have a huge line up of artistes like B2C Soldiers, Maro, Aziz Azion, and ‘Kitone’ singer Desire Luzinda.

He added that “We assure you that we are going to give you the best. We have been and still are rehearsing as I speak.”


Mugisha revealed that they also lined up artistes from abroad like DJ Pius of ‘Agatako’, Charlie and Nina who will be arriving tomorrow morning.


When asked why they chose Imperial Royale Hotel for the concert, Mugisha explained; “Our fans are both downtown and uptown, this place can accommodate both classes.”

And He noted that “There will be 3 phases during the show; The First phase Geosteady will be singing his old songs during the interlude there will be only collaborations he did. The second and last phase will be a mixture of his new and old songs.”

Representatives of the concert sponsors like Njako, UBL, Space Lounge said they were happy to be part of the amazing artiste and promised to support him all the way.

Other sponsors on board are MTN Uganda, Riham Cola, Reach a hand Uganda for which Geosteady is the ambassador, among others.


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