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A Ka Dope Stars off to a great start

Naava Grey with the contestants

As earlier promised, A Ka Dope through the A Ka Dope stars aired the first episode of the talent search online on Sunday night with three artistes, Haddad Nsubuga, Mitchy, and Bella under the mentorship of talented songstress Naava Grey.

One of the highlights of the show was a joint performance of Naava Grey’s hit ballad ‘Soka Lami’ allowing the contestants to showcase their vocal range alongside their mentor.

Each contestant was tasked with performing one cover and one original composition.

During this episode, the fans were also able to have some insight into the contestants, listening to their life stories and their recounts of how they got into music.

Haddad Nsubuga aka Haddy

The curtain was opened by Haddad Nsubuga aka Haddy singing Azizi Azion’s ‘Nkumila Omukwano’. Haddy, a warehouse attendant who did justice to the song. He sealed his performance with his original composition titled ‘Omwana’ that according to him, is inspired by a true love story.

After Haddy, Mitchy came next and gave the audience another energetic performance. The afro-pop enthusiast performed her original composition titled ‘Lies’ based on her personal experience with men. Mitchy hopes that the Uganda Waragi platform will be her breakthrough in the entertainment scene.

The premier episode was sealed off by an electronic contestant, Isabel Namubiru. The Uganda Airlines air hostess started with Whitney Houston’s ‘Dancing with somebody’ cover and finished with her song titled ‘Believer’ which said was her story as she struggled with self-esteem issues in her earlier life.

Isabel Namubiru

For the contestants to qualify for the next round, their fans will have to vote for them online by visiting the A ka Dope website star.akadope-ug.com and Uganda Waragi social media pages. Listening to their original songs on all digital services providers pages gets a contestant votes.

A Ka Dope set out to provide a platform for undiscovered artists to explore their potential. This year in a talent search dubbed ‘A Ka Dope Stars’, which will see Uganda’s next music star walk away with a music recording deal and a cash prize of UGX 2 million.

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