Our lockdown Saturdays are only getting better and this is because of the entertainment that comes with it. Club pilsner for the past three Saturdays has brought artistes to entertain us in the comfort of our living rooms.
On Saturday evening, the Club Beatz online concert didn’t disappoint as the lineup was one to keep you glued to your screens. The concert that returned in what they called the third episode with Suspekt Leizor, Daddy Andre, Mun G, John Blaq, and Lillian Mbabazi as the headliners of the show.
The setting, lighting, and sound that were done by Fenon Records were simply perfect. Hosted by Martha Kay, the show kicked off at exactly 8 am with a performance from Suspekt Leizor who did a few of his song but it was ‘Wulira Ebaala’ that he changed to ‘Wulira Enyumba’ that attracted more viewers.
Daddy Andre was next on stage before the diva Lillian Mbabazi took to the stage. Lillian as always didn’t disappoint, with her strong vocals and a guitarist Lillian kicked off her performance with a song she said is dear to her dubbed ‘Dagala’ I guess because it was written by the father of her children the late Mowzey Radio. She also performed a classic she did with Blu*3 back then dubbed ‘Esanyu Lyange’ that got viewers excited. ‘Memories’, ‘Love letter’ and ‘Vitamin’ her collaboration with Weasel are some of the other songs she did.
John Blaq who had the biggest songs and was the biggest artiste last year was the next to grace our screens. It was not a surprise that when he started his performance the number of viewers increased so much. He started with ‘Mama Bulamu’ and went on to do his latest song ‘Hullo’ that was most requested by his fans and viewers. During his performance, he used the opportunity to sensitise the viewers about coronavirus and take precautions.
Mun*G closed the show with hype, he set the party mood as he did songs like ‘Champion’, ‘Ssejjusa’, and of course his latest quarantine song ‘Bintwala’.
The concert that was meant to end with a DJ mixes from DJ XZYL, unfortunately, didn’t not because of what the organisers termed as technical glitches beyond their control they, however, apologized to the viewers for the inconvenience.