Mowzey Radio and Weasel ushered in the new month in style last Friday night. They, for the second time this year, had a full house at Freedom City during the Neera concert.
It turned out however, the Neera concert was just another “normal” show. From the attire to the performance, nothing looked unique. The singers came dressed casually tight pants and a black and red t-shirt for Weasel and a kitenge suit for Mowzey.
The usually dynamic duo stepped on stage a few minutes past midnight to perform songs such as Magnetic, Nkwetaga, Amaaso to adoring fans. There was however nothing to write home about in their performance as their stage presence and crowd engagement was on a low.
However, they preached about maternal health. “Apart from singing out our hearts, we are also Save the Children ambassadors in Uganda. Men, whenever your wife is pregnant, please make sure she attends antenatal care as required. It can be a start to reducing maternity deaths in this country,” Mowzey Radio, told revellers.
During Jose Chameleone’s performance, the singer fired jibes at corporate companies that bring international musicians in town.
“Those corporate companies bring simanyi Burna Boy, Wizkid, Patra, who just come here and feel big, instead of fully supporting local stars.
Let them bring those artistes on one stage with me, I will show them that in Uganda we rule,” Chameleone said before performing his latest single, Wale Wale that attracted hysterical cheers from the crowd. Gravity Omutujju, A Pass, Mun G, Red Banton and Bobi Wine also performed at a concert that didn’t have a single female artiste.
SOURCE: Daily Monitor