The term “sky is the limit” makes a lot more sense to the Ghetto Kids. Last month, they became the 1st Ugandans to perfume at the star studded BET awards and too many, it looked like the pinnacle of all. Well, we can gladly tell you that now they have set a new mark. The Ghetto Kids together with French Montana have not only featured but made it to the cover of VIBE magazine with the headline “French Montana + Uganda’s Triplets Ghetto kids “one of the most ‘unforgettable ‘adventures of their lives ”. All the nine members that traveled to
All the nine members that traveled to the USA for the BET experience and later joined Montana for his American tour grace the July cover issue of Vibe magazine alongside rapper Montana making them the 1st Ugandans to grace the cover of the popular entertainment magazines.
The cover photo features a playful shot of Montana and the nine members of Triplet Ghetto kids. In the magazine Montana discusses his faith, Moroccan heritage and his trip to Uganda before some of the members of the group share their future career aspirations.
The youngest, and understandably the sweetest of them, the daughter of their father/Manager Kavuma Ashley is seen sitting on Montana’s lap, clad in yellow.
For those not so familiar with the Magazine, Vibe Magazine is one of the most successful American music and entertainment magazines that was founded by producer Quincy Jones. The publication predominantly features the cream de la cream of R&B and hip hop music artists, actors and other entertainers and is issued every month. The likes of Jay Z, Beyoncé, Amy Winehouse, Michael Jackson, to mention but a few have
The publication predominantly features the cream de la cream of R&B and hip hop music artists, actors and other entertainers and is issued every month. The likes of Jay Z, Beyoncé, Amy Winehouse, Michael Jackson, to mention but a few are some of the big names that have made it to the cover of the magazine.
Please note that there’s an African version of Vibe Magazine but the Ghetto Kids feature on the international copy. Ouulala!