The entertainment at Jahazi Pier during Roast and Ryhme could be termed as what today’s youths call ‘lit’.
Partiers first enjoyed a day of live band from top experienced bands like Aka dope and Myko Ouma’s band.
The climax of the day was in the evening when legendary artists started taking over the stage one by one.
Chagga was the first to sing some of his best songs he released back in the day.
“I want to call my brother Jose Chameleone so that we sing this song together,” he said.
Together the two legends entertained the crowd as they jumped up and down.
The famous new kid on the block, Fefe Bussi, known for his exceptional freestyle took on the stage.
People sang along with him as his raps resurrected the alcohol on their heads.
After him came the main act of the night, Jamal Wasswa, who everyone had literary attended the event for.
Clad in a green jacket, black shirt and jeans, with his signature dreads, Jamal had not changed a bit after being away for so long.
As they say, talent is for a lifetime, Jamal still had it and the moment he started his known love songs people started gasping for breath.
His never fading songs like ‘Ononsonyiwa’, ‘Omusomesa’, ‘Abakyala bazira’ among others worked up the crowd that could not resist singing along.
It was at that moment that most people felt the worth of their money.
“Swangz Avenue never goes wrong with performances because they bring the new and old on one stage,” exclaimed a one Caesar.
Jamal exhausted all the songs and left the crowd wanting more.
Later the dance floor was opened as the DJ played nonstop hits to which everyone danced to; grinding and whining.