TOXICUG is a charity benefit concert taking place on the 18th December 2016 6pm at Kampala Serena Hotel. The aim of the event is to raise funds and donate to 4040 foundation which seeks to build learning spaces for children and communities to carryout activities like handiwork, vocational skills, and reading materials to promote literacy. Tickets are sold at Jumia Markets WWW.TOXICUG.COM and all Nakumatt Stores, VIP 100,000 and General 50000. For the first Uganda will see LIVE music performances from Africa’s best artists including
KRIS ERROH; He is a Christian, recording and performing artist from Kenya. Currently signed by 3000 MUSIC and managed by Alex Milenye. He has won many awards including Groove awards Hip Hop Song of the year 2012 with Mmh Baba. Won Mwafaka awards Video of the year 2009, Male artist of the year 2010. Kisima Awards Hip hop artist of the year 2011 nominee. SAMA AWARDS Male artist of the year, video of the year and song of the year 2011.
LOYISO BALA; Famously known as South Africa’s king of R&B, Loyiso has won multiple awards ranging from best R&B album of 2007 at the metro fm Awards, 5 SAMAs, 3Metro FM Awards, Best R&B, best producer at the SAMAs, nominated best song 2009 and 2010 at the SAMAs and nominated at the MTV awards alongside Alicia Keys, Rihanna, Akon, and P Square.
POMPI; Born Chaka Nyathando, Pompi is a gospel musician from Zambia who has been active in the music industry for over a decade. His music is highly inspired by the message of the gospel and is a fusion of Afro-soul, RnB and rap. His Song Chipolopolo has been used by Super Sport as the official song during the Zambian soccer league and also featured in the Rolling Stones Magazine upon a U.S tour on how music is used for civil engagement.
SHIFAH MUSISI; Best known for her afro soul music songs, Sanyu Lyange and Muntu Mulamu, off her seven-track album titled Olugendo that have earned rotational air-play on radio and TV. Shifah writes her own songs which are inspired by her life’s experiences, family and friends and often times she is called to perform with her band.
TABU-FLO; This is the Ugandan famous group of young people who use dance as a means of connection and cross cultural exchange in different countries. The group specializes in afro- hip hop dance, and specifically breaking, but has also performed styles like African and modern contemporary, dance hall and afro beat among others. In 2010, Tabu-Flo won Uganda’s Finest Dance Steps, Mirinda Dance Competition, performed in the State House for I Am Ugandan Youth Campaign, and was a finalist for a Young Achiever’s Award.