Under the theme ‘Raggae Nyam Nyam,’ the event which was held at Jahazi Pier, Munyonyo saw reggae fans jam packing the venue by 1pm
Sunday was the day for legendary dynamic duo Benon and Vamposs, and Bebe Cool, reggae maestro Might Son among others, to put their live music skills to the test at the third edition of Roast and Rhyme.
Under the theme ‘Raggae Nyam Nyam,' the event which was held at Jahazi Pier, Munyonyo saw reggae fans jam packing the venue by 1pm in tow with their BBQ cooking stoves), ice coolers, camping chairs masai blankets (lesu) and of course meat of all kinds and by 3PM, it was already a full house.
Hosted by Swangz Avenue, performances kicked off as early as 2PM.
At about 7PM, duo Benon and Vamposs set off with an energetic performance and a number of songs. As soon as they started, it was a case of ‘who could jump the highest and shake the hardest.'
The artistes who also love to dance, performed songs like ‘Mumuleete gyendi mwe,' ‘I know,' ‘Smart wire,' among others which brought out some insane dance strokes from both revelers and the duo.
By the time Reggae and Ragga artiste Bebe Cool took to the stage at around 10PM, the crowd went ecstatic upon his arrival and that was officially the time to put the muchomo aside, to dance and sing along to his music.
He made his performance interactive as Gagamel band backed him up performing a couple of the crowd's favorites such as ‘Kabulenganye' before he was joined by Chizzo amidst wild cheers from the crowd before the show was crowned off at Mid night.