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King Michael finds redemption at Gravity concert

 

 

Truth be told Ugandans forget quickly and yes! They do, few people can remember that singer DJ Michael alias King Michael once released musical anthems in the names of ‘Kwata Kwata’ and ‘Muko Muko’.

Much as you might think that after a few years he would attract a sporadic audience onto his recent concert, he, in turn, sang for chairs but it wasn’t the case when he turned up at Gravity’s concert at Cricket Oval Lugogo.

Even when one might assume that his recent concert flopped because he has no fans, the vibe was different when he took to stage to sing ‘Nina Omukwano’ a collabo he did years ago with singer Mesach Ssemakula.

Shockingly, the singer got the fans engaged more than Gravity who owned the show that even when he sang more of his songs they kept waving, dancing and singing along.

The Singer, who was recently seen in Pictures at Catherine Kusasira’s Concert pleadingly whispering to the president winded up his act by telling the fans that he had been invited by the president at the statehouse.

State House aside, it was a glimpse to redemption for Michael who saw happiness again.

gbuule@ug.nationmedia.com

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