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“Am Going To Do More Reggae” Cindy Promises Big At Chronixx’s Concert

As the Kampala Loves Live Music concert organized by Talent Africa draws so closer, The Reggae lovers are highly anticipating for this event that will see Jamaican born Reggae star Chronixx together with his Zinc Fence Redemption army perform for the first time in Uganda.

The Reggae singer Chronixx, 23 will be the main act at this event that will take place at Ndere Cultural Centre and the same concert will see our own local artistes namely Cindy, A Pass, and Janzi Band curtain raise for the ‘Here Comes Trouble’ hit maker.


Jamaican born Chronixx set to perform In Uganda

“Am going to do more and more Reggae and dancehall because first of all it suits the concert, I want my fans to see me doing all my reggae songs and dancehall too. I will be performing alongside my band called Band Cindy and my queen dancers.” Cindy told Chano8 when we reached her for what to expect come Friday.

“I want to sing to my fans the songs they already know so I might not perform the new tunes”. She added.


Cindy promises to do more Reggae and Dancehall at the concert

Cindy has promised big come Friday, local stars who will feature are all in high spirits and fireworks are expected to be there as all roads lead to Ndere Cultural Centre located in Kisasi. Tickets are already on sale at 30,000/- for ordinary and 300,000/- Shillings for a VIP table of 4.

Besides performances from artistes, dancers like Da Party People dance crew, will showcase too where as Dj’s; Aludah, Ciza, Rasbrown and Naselow will be on the turn tables. Chano8 will be there to bring you all the highlights.


Party People dance crew will entertain the revellers with their dance strokes

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