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Vinka, B2C serve vibes at Roast and Rhyme

B2C, who were the main act of the festival, on stage. Photo | Isaac Ssejjombwe

On Sunday morning as revellers of this year’s  edition of Roast and Rhyme ‘Nyam Nyam’ made their way out of the Across the Nile Resort, what all of them or most could remember were the bands that backed up the several acts.

Double Black and Maestro Band both held their own.  Different styles, same vibes.

The three-day event had alot of activities including nature walks, bird watching and others with DJs Shan and Janja taking party goers through Friday night with some of the best mixes. Saturday was the highlight. The day started off with MC Jokwiz Klean running the crowd with a sing along competition. Then came a KissCam, where couples, or males and females sitting together were urged to kiss on camera. Most shied away, or refused but that moment got the crowd entertained.

And then at 6pm, Double Black, a band comprising two guitarists, a drummer, and keyboardist plus a lead singer sampled a couple of songs from Peter Miles, Busta Rhymes, Eminem, among others, taking the crowd through an hour of non-stop jamming, peppered by discounted deals courtesy of Flexipay.

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