Ykee Benda And Evon Close Fezah Finale In style

RnB star Ykee Benda was the star of the night during the much anticipated grand finale of the Live at Fezah Night that took place on Saturday Night at the Design Hub in Bugolobi.

Ykee who was performing for the first time at the monthly event left no stone un turned as he took his fans on an emotional music roller coaster performing some of his biggest hits.

He performed songs like “Singa”, “Superman”, “Malaika” “Whistle” his collaboration with songstress Remah Namakula and “Onabayo” but it was his hit song “Maradona” that got revelers on their feet with many cheering on and singing along till the stroke of midnight.

YKee Benda performs some of his top hits for guests at Fezah’s year finale on Saturday

The amazing soul and Reggae singer Evon also took revelers on an emotional musical journey performing songs off her new album “New me Now”. She took guests on a reggae journey with songs like “Kampala”, ‘Let Life’, ‘Steps,’Poor Man’s shoes and Dub me a Dub.

Sponsored by Johnnie Walker Highball, the platform is a monthly musical experience that showcases some of Kampala’s talented and most-admired music entertainers set in a studio-like setting that gives fans an intimate and up-close experience with their favourite artists.

Evon pours out her emotions as she serenades the guests

Speaking to journalists during the event, Roger Agamba UBL’s International Spirits Brand Manager professed his excitement about the show and how it has turned out.

“ I cannot tell you how proud I am for what this stage has become, a space where we not only nature authentic Ugandan music but also provide a platform for show stopping performances like these that our consumers get to experience up close and personal,” said Roger Agamba.

Ykee joined the number of successful artists that have performed on the Fezah stage, including Cinderella Sanyu, Irene Ntale, Kenneth Mugabi and most recently the soulful Lillian Mbabazi.

After over 12months of non-stop entertainment, the intimate show came to a spectacular end.

It was a full house too as guests enjoyed the performances while taking selfies

And then some couldn’t hold it any more and took to the dance floor


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