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Katumwa and Ganda Boyz vow to find Uganda’s music identityPublish Date: Dec 02, 2012
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By Vision reporter

The London –based Ugandan singers commonly known as Ganda Boyz have joined up with the Ugandan Jazz maestro, Isaiah Katumwa to sing a song titled Mountains of the moon.

Denis Mugagga one of the Ganda Boyz said they are moving away from robotic music to collaborating with real musicians in the bid to create a sound that is Ugandan and meets the global standards. He also said that working with a musician like Isaiah is fun.

He is such a brilliant musician, humble, no drugs required for enhancing performance. Ganda Boyz and Katumwa have been playing live in London, playing in major venue like Alexandra Palace, a well-known venue for prestigious shows.

 

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