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“Tarrus Riley Will Need To Look For Me”- A Pass Brags  

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The Swang Avenue’s ‘Swangz All Star Concert’ which is a climax of the tours that have been in Mbale,Gulu, Masaka and Arua districts is a few weeks away and Kampalans and people from neighbouting towns await to have their own experience of this musical concert come Friday the 31st of August 2018 at Lugogo Cricket Oval

All preparations are set and Jamaican Reggae and Dancehall artiste Tarrus Riley will be the main headliner. The FOMO has already built up in the Reggae and Dancehall music lovers as well as well wishers. The local headliners have also been unveiled.

Controversial Dancehall artiste A Pass is one of the headliners and just like we all know him when it comes to making noise on social media, he is already at it. Not like he is creating hype ahead of the concert but he amused us by claiming that after landing in the Pearl of Africa ahead of concert, award winning artiste Tarrus will  look for him all in the name of doing a collabo with him.

“Tarrus Riley will need to look for me when he lands in Uganda, he needs a collabo with me to amplify his career even more but come 31 August I will be very busy. Tarrus, the earlier the better” Read A Pass’ statement on Facebook

Dancehall artiste A Pass thinks that Jamaican artiste Tarrus will look for him after landing in Uganda ahead of the Swangz All Star tour Kampala version

A Pass’ statement seemed as if he thinks that Tarrus Riley will be forced to look for him amongst all artistes he might be interested in doing collabos with.

A Pass however did not give reasons why he thinks Tarrus will look for him but we think, he was intrigued to say so because of the impact he has had on the music scene after the release of ‘Didadada’ which hit for some months.

Leaving that aside, the concert featuring Tarrus Riley is on come 31st and early bird tickets are already on sell at Ug Shs 25,000 and 85,000 for orninary and VIP but at on concert’s day, tickets will be sold at 30,000 and 100,000 respectively.


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