Nicki Minaj’s DJ jets in country for 'turn it up' party
Publish Date: Jul 31, 2014
Nicki Minaj’s DJ jets in country for 'turn it up' party
Ali Alibhai (L) of Talent Africa, DJ Headache (C) and Redds Lemon Vodka brand manager, Frank Kirabira (R)
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By Steven Odeke

While Nicki Minaj’s recent photo of her posing suggestively and wearing blue sneakers, a G-string and not much else, posted last week online has had blood racing, the news of her official deejay, DJ Headache, jetting in Uganda last night for his concert on Saturday should have much more blood racing with excitement among her Ugandan fans.


The Starship’s deejay arrived in the country last night in time for his “Turn It Up” party to take place at MTN Arena in Lugogo on August 2.


The event is organized by Talent Africa and Redds Vodka Lemon who started this adventure of foreign musicians’ official deejays last year with American rapper Snoop Dog’s deejay Spin Easy.


DJ Headache, a.k.a Da Entertainer, has been on most of Nicki Minaj’s tours and concerts, famed for revving up party moods with his spins and working up crowds energetically.


Whether that energy will be on display come Saturday will be discussion post- show but for someone who is on an African tour as is Headache, this stopover should turn out to be one of his best.


The party will also be an avenue for local deejays Alludah and Global to spin what they do best before a crowd ready for only spinners’ entertainment.


But there will be other performances from singers Navio and Cindy.


Tickets cost sh15000 regular and 40000 VIP and gates will be open at 6:00pm

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