Diaspora artiste Zani Lady-C outs new album

Like the saying that goes Experience is the mother of invention, Ugandan musician based in the US, Zani Lady-C real Susan Basemara is never out of new touches to add to the Uganda music industry.

Following the success of her popular song Ndoowa, which was the first sound of its kind in Uganda, Zani Lady-C has outed a new Album with unique sounds produced by 2Face Idibia’s Producer, Femi Ojetunde.

On her latest album Zani Lady-C has collaborated with various music producers and Ugandan artists like Eddy Kenzo, Jackie Chandiru, Vampos, Racheal K, “plus some top Nigerian Artist that I won’t mention now because I do not want to spoil the surprise,” Zani says.

The lead song off her new album is dubbed Love You Golo Golo.

Come 2015, Lady-C promises to be a big artiste with a great impact in the music industry.

Who Is Zani?

Zani Lady-C is a younger sister to renowned dance-hall singer, Shanks Vivie D. She was born and raised from Uganda but later moved to United States of America in search for a better life.
She is currently a musician, model and film actress based in Hollywood California.

At the age of eight, she started performing in her school choir, youth centres and church choir.

Her love for music at such an early age was inspired by her elder brother Shanks Gumaras a.k.a Shanks Vivie D.

In 1995, Zani was invited by the late Amigo Wawawa and Amos Agaba of Schweppes Uganda to join the famous Waka Waka band.

At Waka Waka, Zani recorded her first singles Sam Twonjiwanga and Yimirira awo. This was her big break through musically.

In 1997, she released more big songs such as Nakoowa and Basemera which went on to become overnight hits. This earned Zani the chance to perform at Sheraton Hotel as a lead singer on several theme nights.
During one of her performances at Sheraton Hotel a visiting producer and talent agent Thomas Posa watched her perform and he was amused by this new talent.

SOURCE: Daily Monitor

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