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Blu*3 proves legacy lives on at electrifying reunion concert

The highly anticipated Blu 3 reunion concert finally took place last night at the Kampala Sheraton Grounds, drawing in a massive crowd of fans, friends, and music enthusiasts from all over. The beloved Ugandan girl group did not disappoint, delivering a thrilling performance that took the audience on a nostalgic journey through their timeless hits.

Blu*3 arrive for their first session. Photo/s Michael Kakumirizi

The event, organized by Talent Africa and sponsored by Stanbic Bank and Tusker Malt, was a resounding success, bringing together fans, celebrities, and music lovers for an unforgettable evening of music and entertainment.

Each member of the trio had the opportunity to shine with solo performances, but the highlight of the night was the reunion of Blu 3 on stage, performing their most loved hits. Jackie Chandiru’s set was particularly impressive, starting with “Champion” and featuring a duet with Vinka, who emotionally expressed her gratitude to Jackie, calling her a mentor.

Jackie Chandiru and Vinka on stage. Photo/a by Michael Kakumirizi

Cindy and Lilian also delivered stunning solo performances, maintaining the essence of Blu 3’s signature sound. The choreography and dancing were exceptional, reflecting the dedication and effort put into the performance.

The audience was taken on a trip down memory lane with fan favorites like “Strong Woman,” “Hitaji,” “Nzijukira,” “Mutima Gwange,” “Burn,” and more, with everyone dancing and singing along. The closing set was a highlight, featuring “Where You Are,” an emotional tribute to the late Mozey Radio, with Weasel joining the ladies on stage, followed by the grand finale, “Nsanyuka Nawe.”

Artistes like Maurice Kirya, Kenneth Mugabi, Sheebah Karungi, Rema Namakula, Halima Namakula, and Lydia Jasmine among others were in attendance to witness greatness.

The concert was a testament to Blu 3’s enduring legacy, proving that their music remains alive and well in the hearts of their fans.

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