Not even the afternoon rain last Sunday the 24th of October could stop revellers from attending the inaugural Nsene Ku Beat event.
Last weekend was an eventful one that saw lots of gigs happen in the different areas of Kampala and one of them was the Nsenene Ku Beat that took place at Naggulu Garden Hilltop. To the surprise of many, the event was covered by a team from British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) who believed and had a great experience on set.
Although the event started on the low with rain trying to kill the vibe, it later gained vibe when it stopped raining. Youthful revellers were then seen storming the venue to have an experience of different kinds and delicacies of Nsenene (Grasshoppers).
Just like the name of the event ‘Nsenene Ku Beat’, revellers enjoyed different kinds of Nsenene as they listened and danced to live Dj mixes played by Dj Geeman from NXT Radio.
There were some activities which engaged the revellers like playing cards whereas others resorted to face painting as time for artistes’ performances drew closer.
There were performances from Rapper Fresh Kid, Singer Jowy Landa, Soul Sister, Crysto Panda, Ring Rapper, Ibrah Buwembo and lots more. The show that was hosted by comedians Collins Emeka and Optional Allan was also covered by international b
The first edition of the Nsenene Ku Beat attracted a good crowd and the organisers promised better in the subsequent editions.