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Jose Chameleone proves he is still King

Two weeks ago, Joseph Mayanja aka Jose Chameleone was supposed to hold the Gwanga Mujje concert but a few hours to the show, strong winds followed by a heavy downpour pulled down the stage, leading to the postponement of the concert.

It was agreed in the emergency meeting at the venue that the concert be pushed to 24th this month which was last evening still at cricket Oval.

The anticipation was high from the crowd. The urge from Fenon Events to prove that he is the best in the game was evident with the well built, perfectly lit stage and great sound while Chameleone on the other hand was just re-energized to show that this disaster cannot let his plans fall apart.

Revealers started accessing the venue as early as 10am and some even got a chance to see Chameleone do final rehearsals. By 9pm, the full house was already geared for the main man after a deejay session.

Before he came on stage, his husky voice was heard on the microphone which sent the audience into excitement. Those who were involved in other activities put all their concentration on the stage.

The brief fireworks display was the final announcement that Chameleone was ready. The band had already taken up their places and unlike on his previous shows, started with ‘Wale Wale’ followed by ‘Kipepewo’, ‘Nekolera Maali’.

‘Shida za Dunia’, Fuga Bi’, ‘Maama Mia’, ‘Naumia’, ‘Mambo Bado’, ‘Katupakase’, ‘Tubonge’, ‘Jamila’, ‘Dolotia’ and ‘Sivyo Ndivyo’ were some of the songs he did in his first session before Weasel joined him to do ‘Bomboclat’.

The Leone Island boss went for a short break leaving his little brother on stage. Weseal did ‘Lwaki Onumya’, ‘Breath Away’, ‘Obudde’ and ‘Bread and Butter’ amidst cheers.
King Michael, Mesach Ssemakula, Jackie Chandiru and Nigerian artiste Ketchup were some of the artistes who also performed before Chameleone returned on stage but it was Pallaso and Bebe Cool who enticed the crowd more.

Among the songs he did in his second session included ‘Owakabi’, ‘Mateka’, ‘Baliwa’, ‘Badilisha’, ‘Forever,’ and ‘Mawoko Namawoko’ among others.

Mudra, Zex Bilangilangi, Navio and Ziza Bafana also sneaked on stage later on in the night.

Jose Chameleone closed his show at exactly 1:30am and by the time it was done, he had served his crowd with mostly his classics. The show was sponsored by Club Pilsner and Fenon Events.

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