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Feffe Bussi Impresses At Debut “HipHop Ku Nalubaale” Concert

Feffe Bussi HipHop Ku Nalubaale

Rapper Feffe Bussi, legally known as Frank Mukiiza, held a highly successful #HipHopKuNalubaale concert that went down at Jahazi Pier Munyonyo on Saturday.

The show saw Uganda’s top artists showing him support and love when some of the musicians and event organizers bought tables for his debut concert.

As early as 4 PM long queues were spotted at the venue entrance as concertgoers turned out for his show despite the slight showers that had threatened to drop earlier in the day that left the venue soggy.

The revelers who turned up early were kept jolly and lively by music mixes from the lined DJs and uprising talents that showcased some of their Hip-Hop culture skills.

Hiphop Ku Nalubaale

The stage was set up on the shores of Lake Victoria to bring out the picture of the term “HipHop Ku Nalubaale” by Fenon Records which executed quite a masterful art.

Around 9:30 PM Feffe Bussi made a surprise cameo on the stage when he came through via a boat ride that was being broadcast like a movie thriller by one of the renowned VJs in town that kept fans thrilled.

He came while decked in a white outfit with a crown on his head that represented he is the King of Hip-Hop.

A couple of renowned stars including Oma Afrikana, Eli Gavana Ug, Kabako, Vinka, Winnie Nwagi, King Saha, Nandor Love, Jowy Landa, Ava Peace, Azawi, and Fik Gaza performed on the night.

He performed songs including; Influencer, Gamba Chwii, Owakabi by Jose Chameleone, Gulu, Bad Segu, Massape, Buzibu Bwo, and Romantic.


Bobi Wine also made a presence at his concert something that also hyped fans seeing Bobi showing up. Later, Nubian and Zex joined him on stage to perform their collaboration, “Labisa“.

He thanked Nubian Li for having believed him when he told him that he could sing and gave him the chance by taking him to the studio to do what he felt he could deliver and since then, the rest became history.