$.D.M.B.$ , Original names Charles Homony, He joined Hip-hop music industry from Uganda since 1998 when he was by the age of 11 years old and indeed he still flow Hip- hop, He explained that he is still looking forward to see that Hip-hop is to Africa coz what he knows Hip-hop originated from Africa and is mostly done by the Africans. He began Rapping in his native language Acholi found in northern Uganda that first made him famous in his country. His first album was dominated by Acholi rapping tracks as Lutino, Mina-woro.
When asked for the meaning of lutino and mina-woro,he explained “lutino means children and I came up with this composition purposely to support young children who have got clear futures and are being neglected, mistreated by their parents, mina-woro means give me respect, I also came up with this composition because women and young gals were never at all having respect to their parents and husbands which made me annoyed and began teaching them using Hip-hop how have both internal and external behaviors”.
Footage taken from Theatre Labonita's weekly comedy night in Kampala. Cotilda,
Salvado and Daniel have been confirmed for Dam Relief's 'One Night
Stand' show in Jinja, July 6th. This event will be filmed properly and
the best bits uploaded to YouTube. 10,000UGX entrance (TBC) See http://www.facebook.com/aDamRelief for more details.
Day in the life of Juma is not about rafting on the source of The White Nile (Jinja, Uganda). It
is about how one industry has effected Juma Kalikwani's life (Over the
last 15 years) and allowed him, not just to live a good life, but to
pursue his dream of becoming a talented musician. This has a tremendous effect on Uganda's social and economical development. But
you have to ask
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Twelve-year-old Ugandan soccer star and malaria survivor Charles Ssali, together with Major League Soccer Commissioner Don Garber, is making a stop in New York today to formally launch the United Against Malaria campaign in the United States. Starting with a breakfast event in Times Square, Ssali will be welcomed to the United Nations by avid soccer fan, Deputy Secretary-General Dr. Asha-Rose Migiro.This initiative is a partnership that aims to harness the popularity of soccer and the excitement leading up to the 2010 FIFA World Cup South AfricaTM as a way to raise global awareness and build worldwide commitment to ending malaria, as well as increase the use of prevention tools and malaria treatment in Africa.
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