Rudeboy Pays Tribute to Singer Radio, Urges African Journalists to Support Artistes

Nigerian singer Paul Okoye, famously known as Rudeboy gave his fans and music lovers in Uganda the best of his performance during the Valentine’s Day celebrations held at the Cricket Oval in Lugogo.

Performing for the third time in Uganda after a period of about five years and at the same venue, Rudeboy admitted that it was one of his best shows ever in the whole of Africa.

His performance was extra ordinary as he put up an unforgettable tribute to the late singer Mowzey Radio. He wowed the crowd while doing goodlyfe’s ‘Nakudata’ hit nearly to perfection with Weasel who was later on joined by Jose Chameleone, spicing the show the more.

The singer failed to control his emotions as tears rolled down his cheeks before he could wind up paying his tribute to Mowzey.

He went ahead to call upon the Ugandan media platforms to always support their own artists positively so that they can wave the Ugandan flag with pride in other countries.

“Radio was a great guy but you know what, I came to Uganda with a message. It is not all about coming here to perform, please, if you are working with a radio station, TV station or any media house, I am begging you guys to please support your own artists no matter the differences you have with them.”

Nigerian singer Rudeboy performing on Friday at Lugogo cricket Oval

He added, “I would love to see Chameleone, Navio, Bebe Cool, Cindy come and perform in Nigeria.”

The show as well had other performances from Ugandan top notch singers including; Eddy Kenzo, Clever J, Bebe Cool, Winnie Nwagi and Spice Diana among others who wowed the crowds all night long.



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