Priscilla Zawedde alias Azawi yet again proved that she is in the music industry to stay. This was during her performance at the commemoration of 75 years of UBL.
The event that took place at Seven Tress in Kololo saw the Swangz Avenue artiste deliver an exciting performance. She first took the guests down memory lane with Philly Bongole’s ‘Born in Africa’ before turning things up with Sarah Birungi’s ‘Omusujja’ that got everyone on their feet.
She went on and interacted with the crowd, passing on the microphone to some people who threw in some lines especially those who know the song. Azawi wasn’t done yet as she now switched to her songs starting with ‘Quinamino’ then ‘Repeat it’ and finally ‘Lo fit’.
Earlier on, the new kid on the block Zex Bilanjilanji had been on the stage and perfumed ‘Nalinda’ and ‘Ratata’. Afrigo band’s ‘Joanita Kawalya had also kept the crowned entertained the crowd with ‘Jim’ and ‘Nvunda Nomubi’ among others.
The celebrations of the 75 years of UBL will last 7 months and the theme of this event is “Brewed by Uganda” which highlights the past, present, and future of the brewery establishing its mark as a leading manufacturer.
As part of the anniversary celebrations, Uganda Breweries Limited has kicked off a UBL@75 media competition, aimed at rewarding journalists with iconic memories or experiences of UBL or any of its brands, with cash prizes totaling up to UGX 7.5M.
The competition is open to all members of the press in Television, Print, Radio, Online and newswires. To participate, journalists are required to:
Tell a story in 500 – 700 words of your most memorable experience of Uganda Breweries Limited or any of the UBL Brands. Articles submitted with images stand a higher chance of winning, OR
Share iconic footage from past UBL events held in the 70s, 80s, 90s, or early 2000s. The footage should be put together in a 3-5 minutes video to stand a chance to win.