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Chameleone gets overwhelming love from Mbarara

Mbarara’s “Bryan White” splashed notes of 50k at the legendary singer during his performance. Photo by Isaac Ssejjombe

Legendary singer Joseph Mayanja aka Dr. Jose Chameleone set the pace so high when he hit the stage during the Johnnie Walker Highball Tour that took place at Signature Premium in Mbarara town on Thursday evening.

The star who is Kampala Mayor hopeful showed that he is not about to retire from music when he put up an energetic performance that lasted an hour with most revelers abandoning their seats to dance to some of his hit songs.

Ray G’s fans sang along all his songs from the beginning to the rnd of his performance. Photo by Isaac Ssejjombe

Because of his impressive performance, Chameleone garnered appreciation that revelers decided to shower the ‘Valu Valu’ hitmaker with 50k notes amounting to over a million shillings. Mbarara’s Version of a “Bryan White” a man whose name we failed to get, clad in a white pull neck shirt and grey sweat pants went on stage several times and showered Chameleon with money while displaying it for all to see. He didn’t do this for only Chameleone but Selector Jay as well. “These are people who really love the Ugandan music industry,” said an excited Chameleone.

His one-hour performance included songs like ‘Tatizo’, ‘Mama Mia’, ‘Kiboko’ his collaboration with singer Kalifa Aganaga, ‘Hana’ a collaboration he did with his brother Pallaso, ‘Mateeka’ and his new release ‘Baliwa’.

Earlier on, Ray G the hottest musician in Mbarara at the moment had given them a memorable performance that had fans rallying up for him and singing word for word every song he sang. From ‘Murebe’, ‘Owangye’ ‘Omwigarire’, ‘Nuunu’, ‘Ninkukunda’, to the crowd’s favorite ‘Omusheshe’ a collaboration he did with Spice Diana.

MC Kacheche, Riddim Selekta, DJ Grammer 254, DJ Alex, DJ Sadat, DJ Stevra, and MC Ruff Baz were also on point before Dedan took over the microphone to do what she does best. The night ended with smashing DJ mixes from Selector Jay that went on till the wee hours of Friday morning.

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