The ‘Love You Every Day’ hit maker; Bebe Cool can’t wait to let the Gagamel fans know of the goodies he has in stock for them this coming year. He has already officially launched a campaign for his 2015 headline concert, approved salve http://cfmasv.com/wp-includes/nav-menu-giff-ethelin.php ‘Friends and Fans of Bebe Cool.’
The concert which the singer has vowed will be the biggest of the year is scheduled to take place at the Kampala Serena Hotel on August 7th 2015.
The singer has not yet officially declared the fellow artistes that will perform at the event, visit this salve but ChimpLyf has already learnt that Gagamel is already in talks with big names in the region like Chameleone, approved Radio & weasel and Diamond Platinumz.
Bebe Cool has hereby set the pace for the 2015 concert race and several other big artistes are expected to do the same including Desire Luzinda, Chameleone, Radio & Weasel and also Eddy Kenzo.
On average, all this year’s (2014) local artiste’s concerts have got a good attendance, save for the shocker by Judith Babirye whose show flopped at the Serena Conference Centre.
Bebe Cool who held a successful ‘Best of Bebe Cool’ concert in August this year is also going to perform at the Tondeka ‘eKiwatule Christmas party this boxing day.
East Africa’s Dynamic Duo, medications http://contemporarydancevideos.com/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/modules/contact-form/grunion-contact-form.php Radio and Weasel are at it again. Just days after they released the video for their collabo with Nigerian singer, prescription Wizkid titled ‘Don’t Cry’, a Nigerian music download website has reported that the video registered 20,000 downloads on the first day only in Nigeria.
The BET nominees were over the moon on receiving the news considering the fact that Nigeria is like the hub of African music on the continent and whatever hits there hits all over the continent.
Many fans have come out to shower their praises for the song and the video with some even going overboard to say that it maybe Africa’s song of the year for 2015.
Among those that got interested in the rate at which the song’s video was spreading was Jamaican reggae artist, Mr. G who immediately claimed on his facebook page that the song was an imitation of his song with Ugandan singer Bobi Wine titled ‘cry’.
This caused fans who had watched both videos to criticize the Jamaican singer with some saying that he was looking for cheap popularity since he had realized that the song was bound to be a hit.
Since its release a few days ago, the song has been enjoying massive airplay on many TV and radio stations. We cannot tell if this is going to be the next Sitya Loss or even greater, all we can do is watch the space.