FOR having few songs at least those that are popular, Ngoniâ€™s delay to start their unplugged session was understood. And that is why Jeckaki band took their time warming us up with several of their own craft before Ngoniâ€™s Aydee and Pato sprang up at 9.30pm and were done by 10.30pm.
Revellers at the Silk Lounge Club Beer-sponsored unplugged sessions grace unplugged sessions usually an hour or two away from the official time.
At 9.00pm, with no â€œbreathing spaceâ€ some were cursing why the sessions were being held in such a small place. The audience was treated to the duoâ€™s sweet Bigula, Diggi, Nasiima Gwe, Mimi Na Wewe, Nakupenda and Black,Yellow, Red.
Prisca (ex-Dream Girls) and Benon (Vampossâ€™ colleague) did the back-up. The playful duo took revellers back to memory lane when they used Shaiâ€™s Baby Iâ€™m Yours acapella as an intro for their infectious Bigula (shake it). They replaced some English words with Luganda, a move some fans loved.
Ngoni rocked hard enough to set the floor for a dancing session albeit to plugged disco music. The show was well, worth the wait.
Ngoni go live at Club Silk