Thursday, April 1, 2010

Bobi answers Bebe in Kataala

CAPTION: Bebe with wife Zuena and daughter Beata in front of his Hummer

The person who cares most about Bebe Cool believes the Bogolako singer desperately needs help, but he (Bebe) refuses to listen.
Bobi Wine is that person - at least, according to the Ghetto President himself.
Bobi says he has been trying to render some help to his musical brother but he instead gets insults in return - and now Bobi Wine has put the story in a new song called Kataala.
Actually, the Ghetto Gladiator attacks Big Size in the song on different things.
In the partly crude song, Bobi claims that it was his song Wesotinge which helped Bebe get Zuena back but he never got an appreciation message. He also attacks Bebe for using Zuena in the video of Kasepiki saying that people who "use their brain don't do such a thing."
He also advises Bebe Cool to go back to school and get some "more knowledge" to help him "through this world."
Over to you, Bebe.

Chameleone outs Basiima Ogenze remix

Just before launching his Basiima Ogenze album a few weeks ago, Chameleone was in the news for reportedly meeting with some State House officials who wanted him to redo the song in two different languages.
It was reported that Chameleone had been asked, with orders from President Museveni, to redo Basiima Ogenze in Runyankore and Swahili. The song hits at people who appreciate someone after he/she has died or left.
And now the latest from Leone Island indicates that the sick singer is back in studio working on Basiima Ogenze the Swahili version.
"Basiima Ogenze in Swahili should be ready for distribution this week," said an insider."He (Chameleone) will then turn to another version which is in vernacular."
Given that the original version is in Luganda (vernacular) we would like to anticipate that it's the Runyankore version next though Chameleone has since declined to comment about his connection with State House.
He recently told Sqoop that he is not political and doesn't favour any political party or politician but he simply sings to make his fans happy and making money.
With the presidential campaigns around the corner, Chameleone might want to make some 'political money' - just thinking.

Wanyoto starts music group

Seems like everyone wants a piece of the money in the music.
True, ZK advertising company boss Anthony Wanyoto is into music promotion now.
Not that Wanyoto has left ZK, but he has started a music group as his other business.
The music group is called Extreme Gang and it's going through the music tutorship of prolific songwriter Mr Saxess. He has invested in around Shs10 million so far in getting them a residential and recording their first song which features Mickie Wine - and it was recorded at Dream Studios.
Extreme Gang is made up of four boys but Wanyoto is also looking for some girls to add in.
We're also told, Wanyoto is considering setting up a music studio for the group besides putting a healthy club and other recreational stuff at their residence.
Sounds like extreme pamper.