Self-proclaimed Rn’B Kyabazinga Magada Ronaldo alias Maro last weekend opened up his new studio named ‘Volume up’ to the general public with a small but newsworthy party.
Located at Tirupati Mall in Kabalagala, the grand opening attracted quite a number of celebrities like Irene Namubiru, Keko and Spice Diana among others.
Besides the small party that turned out a big drink up, Maro made a speech that touched everyone as he dedicated the work of his hands to fallen musician and brother to Empress called Elie Charm who was a member of Vocal Police.
”I had a dream three days ago and in this dream I was with Elie Charm telling him how I know he was still living, we shared a lot and I remember that he was very happy about Volume Up records and the direction I am taking.” He said.
The artiste went on and told the crowd to not be sad but to rather drink to that and make some noise for the fallen artiste.
At around 10pm after his brief performance with B2C, Maro accompanied by his fiancée on the count of five cut the ribbon of the studio, popped champagne and invited the guests to take a tour of the studio.
Volume Up will offer services ranging from audio production, Track mixing and mastering, commercials, voice overs, script writing, audio presentations, to music consultancy like vocal coaching and song writing among others.