The only foreign Television channel that is known for playing Ugandan Music is Trace TV that much as it is a mainstream channel it ends up giving airplay to all sorts of Ugandan Music genres.
With the scarcity of gospel artistes world over, you would assume that Ugandan musicians with a touch to the gospel music genre would be getting plenty of airplay on top Christian channels.
Singer and Visual artiste Sandra Suubi could be getting a sigh to the greatest breakthrough of her career thanks to her management that has secured airplay for her song on the world’s largest religious television network Trinity Broadcasting Network (TBN).
In a telephone interview with her Manager Ms. Dorothy Nabunjo who is also the proprietor of Karizm, she explained that she was delighted that her artiste will be making history next month as she will be becoming the first Uganda to get airplay on TBN.
The opportunity comes at a time when the ‘Nsiimye’ singer who has been silent for a while will be unleashing her latest Extended Play (EP) dubbed ‘Sembera‘, a project she has been working on during the lockdown.
Nabunjo noted that this time around, the gospel/Afro-fusion artiste will be serving her fans with a new touch of music on her EP that also has a collaboration with top Afro-Soul Kenneth Mugabi.
The Trinity Broadcasting Network is an international Christian-based broadcast television network and the world’s largest religious television network.
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