Self-proclaimed R&B Kyabazinga (King) Ronald Magada, famously known by his stage name Maro, is set to mark his many years of doing Ugandan music.
Right from the time he was struggling, to now when he has made a name on the Ugandan music scene, topping charts with some of his never-fading tracks, Maro will be celebrating 10 years in the music industry this February.
During the celebration, the singer promises to give his fans and all music lovers what it takes to be the best taste of RnB fused with Soul music genres all night long at the show dubbed ‘Anjagala Live Concert’ happening on 14 February, 2020 at Mestil Hotel Nsambya.
While speaking to ChimpReports, Maro explained thus, “It’s going to be absolutely my music, right from day one when I embarked on this musical journey and oh yes; it’s going to be good live music.”
Maro added that he cannot mention out what’s exactly in stock for the event as there will be much more for the revelers that evening.
“I cannot start unleashing to you what exactly I have prepared for the event but all I should assure of is that there will be many surprises for the dear special fans and my music lovers for they have supported me from day one.
I believe they deserve the best of me, which is why I am going to deliver beyond their expectations.”
Anjagala’ is the RnB ‘Kyabasinga’s new song, off his ’89 Good decisions’ album that was released in January 17, 2019 at Sky lounge in Kololo.
Maro says that there are usually 89% decisions people make in life, an inspiration behind his ’89 good Decisions’ album.
The ‘Gali-Yo’ songster is always heard heaping praises on his fellow artists and fans for their continued support towards his musical career.
The singer says he invested one and half years in the album and used different producers including Nessim, Brian beats, Ethan and Hitablesound Tz that worked with Zuli Tums who later mixed and mastered the whole piece.
Maro has over the years done collaborations from Tanzania, Kenya, made trips to USA, making his sound better so as to incorporate it to what the rest of the world will praise not only for him but the Ugandan music industry as a whole.