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Suudi to unveil new artiste at Asylum today

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If there is anybody that read and understood the success law of ‘winners never quit’, that must be promoter Suudi Lukwago.
After his short stint with 2015 BET award winner Eddy Kenzo, many thought Suudi would quit and return to the US, but he did not. Instead, Suudi says he sat and studied the industry with keener eyes. And listening to several works from upcoming and established artistes, Suudi finally placed his money on Solomon Sentongo aka Ceasorous.
The little known 22-year-old Ceasorous is a final year Transport and Logistics Management student at MUBS. And Ceasorous is not that new on the music scene; the laid back dancehall singer has been around for some time but just as a teenager. Suudi seems to have fallen head over heels for Ceasorous’ style: “He is amazing and I have no doubt he is the next big thing on the continent.”
He added that he is not managing Ceasorous: “I am using my contacts to better his career. We are working on an album at Fenon and we already have two videos shot in South Africa. I contacted Hype Williams, a celebrated American video maker and he will also be doing a few projects for us.” And to prove his seriousness, Suudi is holding an unveiling party where he will officially launch Ceasorous to the public tonight. The unveiling will be at Asylum Bar in Kiwatule after the bridge on your way to Najjera. Entrance is free.

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