Wednesday, May 31, 2006

Silk Street bash is back

Edgar R. Batte

For the eighth year running, the club Silk street jam is back. This year, Kenya's Homeboyz will be the main guest act. One of the jam's main highlights will be the live Audio-Video (Veejay) mixing on large screens by the Homeboyz and local Club Silk DJ Shiru. The stage performances will also be screened live on the screens.

The Homeboyz are not a new act to the Ugandan crowd though. They have done their thing at Steak Out's Utake Night and they were recently here during the launch of Silk's Hot Night.

This year's performers will include Kenya's sensational duo of Nazizi and Wyre 'Love Child' of Necessary Noize who will also perform together with Uganda's Bebe Cool under their stage name as the East African Reggae Bashment Crew.

Speaking during a press conference held recently, one of the organisers, Isaac Mulindwa promised an energetic show. He said the jig will feature musicians like Jose Chameleone, the new Infinity dance troupe, Sweet Kid, General Mega Dee, Ragga Dee, Blu*3, Obsessions, Juliana Kanyomozi and the Ngoni duo. Upcoming artistes will also be given a chance to showcase their talent.

Entrance to the show will be Shs10,000. The party will be hosted in the First Street Industrial area stretch, just outside Club Silk. This year, the jam has been sponsored by Smirnoff Black Ice, Coca Cola and Hot 100 radio. Gates will be open at 7p.m.


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