For a while now, dance hall artiste Cinderella Sanyu commonly known as Cindy has taken on stages with fierceness and left a good impression on her fans which is why is she decided to give them a mega show in a concert dubbed ‘Boom Party’ come Saturday, March 7, 2020, at Lugogo Cricket Oval.
While appearing on an entertainment show on nbs TV, the dancehall singer said it was about time a female artiste made history by holding a concert in an enormous venue that has only been used by mainly international acts and big artistes like Jose Chameleone and David Lutalo.
Cindy who is going to be the first female Ugandan musician to hold a concert at the venue a while ago dominated the airwaves and social media when she attacked singer Sheebah Karungi who has made a name for herself in the music industry with songs like ‘Wankona’, ‘Beera Nange’, ‘Wadawa’, ‘Nkwatako’, and ‘Ice cream’ among several others by referring to her as a dummy who cannot sing her music or stage a successful live performance hence daring for a battle.
This came after close to two years since the two started bragging to be the best and which tempted Cindy to nickname herself King contrary to Queen Sheebah.
When asked why she was beefing Sheebah and if the beef is over, she said it wasn’t beef.
“Sheebah found me here, I was already an established artiste by the time she joined the music industry as a solo artiste, I was there for her and I actually wrote her first song dubbed ‘Ngenda Kunyenyeza’. Cindy said.
“I don’t think that it was beef, I think it’s our music that was battling because we were both doing well, something that escalated into ‘Copy Cat’.” She added.
Cindy says she even sent an invitation to Sheebah through her management for her to perform at the ‘Boom Party‘ concert but she has never received a response. She, however, says the invite is still open and she can come through if she wants to.
In the past years, Ugandans have witnessed and embraced music battles from big artistes like Radio and Weasel Vs Bebe cool, Bobi wine Vs Bebe cool and also that of Jamaican singers Busy Signal and Koshens where artistes perform for their artistes and conclude who is bigger than the other.