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SlickStuart and Roja ditch Golfcourse for new venue

It seems “2”, is deejays SlickStuart and Roja’s lucky number. They are the first deejay duo in Uganda and have been holding their concerts only twice at all the venues they have been to.

They held their 1st and second mixed tape party at Laftaz comedy lounge before heading to Gold course hotel for the 3rd and 4th event. The latest we have received on the Sqoop desk is that they have now shifted to UMA show grounds Lugogo for the fifth edition.

The deejay duo are slated to hold the party at UMA on the 8th of November that will be enjoyed by revealers at a fee.

Speaking to us about the changes, their manager Bridgett Nisha said that they had to put a lot into consideration while making this decision. “After weighing, we finally resorted to UMA due to a number of reasons that I can’t dive in at the moment but will be sharing when the right time comes,” she said.

Just like the previous editions, they will have performances from some of the country’s leading artistes such as Bebe Cool, Bernie Gunter, King saha, John Blaq, Spice Diana, Winnie Nwaji, Fik Fameica, Grenade and Tonix among others.

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