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By Vision Reporter

Added 8th April 2004 03:00 AM

Street bash tomorrow
Tomorrow promises to be yet another explosive night on Kampala’s entertainment scene. It will be the MTN-sponsored street jam.

Street bash tomorrow
Tomorrow promises to be yet another explosive night on Kampala’s entertainment scene. It will be the MTN-sponsored street jam.

Street bash tomorrow
Tomorrow promises to be yet another explosive night on Kampala’s entertainment scene. It will be the MTN-sponsored street jam. ‘The Yello Street Jam @ Silk’ as it has been called, after official sponsors MTN Uganda, will be held both on the open area cordoned off out on the street and inside Club Silk on First Street Industrial Area. Revellers will have to part with sh10,000 while those who want to access Club Silk and Silk Royale will folk out sh15,000 and Sh20,000 respectively. Gates open at 7:00pm and the show will go on until late. Elvis Sekyanzi, the event coordinator and Club Silk director earlier told the media they are including popular vernacular singers on the list of performers.

Tae-kwondo champ releases music video
Loketo Lee Oneka is a man who knows what he wants. When he first suggested that he wanted to get into music, the 26-year-old East and Central Africa Tae-kwon-do champion with a record eight international medals was booed by his peers. But Lee, with the help of Eddie Yawe’s Dream Studio in Kamwokya and the Firebase passé proved sceptics wrong with a full album. His flagship single But We Don’t Care We Don’t Mind about the plight of the people in Acholi, his homeland,, received more publicity for the mockery it generated than artistic distinction. But Loketo has made good on his promise to release a video for the single. Recently, he launched the video on WBS TV’s African Rhythms.Judging from the number of Acholi who called in to thank him on a job well done, it is clear he struck a cord.

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