Talented star A pass was selected as the first to kick start the Guvnor theme night ‘Frenzy Friday’, which was hosted by NTV’s Douglas Lwanga and the fans responded in big numbers to support their own.
Things got off to a slow start probably because the crowd was still in mourning mood after the shocking death of dance-hall star A4 47 earlier in the week. But at about half past midnight, things got off to gear two with Lwanga starting by introducing the latest star on the music scene.
The first session was dedicated to the fallen star as a tribute was organised with some highlights and last interviews were compiled and relayed on screen for the fans. The organizers, particularly picked interest in AK 47 plans for the future and his new song ‘Mulokole’ which he had just released.
After the tribute to AK, The stage was then set for the man of the night and star of the moment A Pass who talked about his budding career and new song ‘wuyo’ in a recorded video message to the fans. The most interesting bit being the fact that, he has two versions of the song. One, the reggae version which he premiered and another done by a Jamaican producer.
He was then invited on stage to perform a few songs like Am loving and ‘Tulikubigere’ before unveiling the ‘Wuyo’ song which is a love song that he dedicated to the ladies. The light moment was when he introduced his father to the fans.
‘I am very grateful for this moment and thank you all for supporting my son in his music career. Although I wanted him to become a computer scientist, I think it’s fine that he chose to do something he loves’ his dad said when given a chance to greet the fans.
Lwanga then asked everyone to focus on the screens where the video was played for the first time to the fans. ‘I have CDs here for sale with 19 songs, but I promise you that when we release the album, it will have 50 songs’ an excited A pass declared.
Gagamel boss Bebe Cool, Singer Michael Ross were also in the audience alongside comedians Salvador Idringi, Alex Muhangi among other stars. Frenzy Fridays will now happen every third Friday of the month.