With Jamaican singer Tarrus Riley shutting down the Bell All Star Tour grand finale concert last year, he set the bar really high for both the organizers and the headlining artistes for this year.
Having realized this, Bell and Swangz Avenue the organisers jumped on the conclusion that not one but two Jamaican singers will do the magic. They settled for Christopher Martin and D-Major for this year’s edition slated for 23rd August at Lugogo Cricket Oval.
Despite having a flopped show the last time he came to perform in Uganda, Christopher Martin is ready to give it another shot this time round.
This information was revealed during the Pulse Jam Fest featuring Chronixx at the Sheraton Gardens on Saturday. Right before Chronixx’s performance, the lights went dark and the giant screen lit up with a video clip from Christopher Martin and D-Major announcing that they will be coming to perform in the Pearl of Africa.
Christopher Martin is a Jamaican-born Reggae and Dancehall singer and songwriter born in St. Catherine. In 2007, he won Digicel’s Rising Stars competition (Jamaica’s American Idol) which catapulted him to international fame. He is famous for hits like ‘Paper Loving’, ‘Let Her Go’, ‘Cheater’s Prayer’, ‘Big Deal’, ‘Take Me Back’ and many more
D-Major was born Damian Codlin in Kingston, Jamaica and launched his solo music career in 2005 after being the head vocalist of a music group called Q-T (Quality and Togetherness. He cites his musical influences as Beres Hammond and Stevie Wonder and is famous for hits like People Make The World Go Round, Speak The Truth and Can’t Get Enough among others.
The Bell All Star Tour, launched in 2017 is an annual Ugandan music celebration of that provides a platform for Ugandan artists to showcase their talent and interact and engage with their fans