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Clipper Ogwang, one of the leading players of the Ugandan harp known as nanga, passed away on Thursday, September 24, at Gulu Regional Referral…. Maurice Kirya is a singer-songwriter and guitarist from Uganda. Kirya likes to call his music fusion soul because of the way he fuses African percussions,…. His main instrument is the…. Ugandan media, and his official Facebook site, reported today the passing of celebrated world music artist Geoffrey Oryema. Oryema was born in Uganda and had….
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Over the past 10 years, Ugandan musicians have bestowed upon their fans not only some of the most creative and engaging music but an ample amount of bona fide club hits mainly taking up the Afrobeats, hiphop, reggae and dancehall genres. Below is a list of some of the top Ugandan songs released in , as selected by our East Africa content editor Lucy Ilado. Veteran Ugandan singer Rema features boy group B2C in this slow-tempo romantic love song. It was shot by Swagz Avenue. Self-proclaimed queen of dancehall Sanyu has had a successful year with the release of hits such a 'Copicat' and 'Boss', but it was 'Boom Party' that stood out. She has also scooped several nominations at major music awards in Uganda.
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