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Club beer takes over Mr Vegas show

MrVegas

MrVegas

We told you Jamaican singer Clifford Smith aka Mr Vegas, will be returning to Uganda for a show on April 6. Mr Vegas will be the headliner at this year’s Club Silk Club street jam.
Yes, we can reliably reveal that the street jam once again regains the name “Club Street Jam” after premium beer brand Club Beer decided to take over sponsorship of the annual event once again.

We can reliably reveal that Club Beer bankrolled the Club Silk management with several millions of shillings to ensure the event turns out a success.
We are yet to establish how much Club Beer invested in the highly anticipated event.
Club beer has aligned its brand with international music stars and has so far bankrolled two mega concerts featuring Sean Kingston and Sean Paul in the past two years.
Mr Vegas, 39, has been on the scene since the 90s but only keeps getting better.  His club banger Bruck It Down, is loved by several youths across the world because of the dance moves that involve ladies shaking what their mammas gave them. Entrance for the street jam is Shs 15,000 but accessing the club will come at a different fee.

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