The Uganda rap music scene has for a long time been one without much controversy especially when it was in the 90’s largely because people paid least attention to it. For a continent known for its vibrant dances and music, rap music especially from the natives has always tried hard to come through. However, as … Continue reading The Most Influential Ugandan Rappers In Serial Order. (My Opinion)
Back in the day in our slippery when wet city of Kampala, I used to hustle with a brother. Those days when the hustle got so real your whole outlook showed. When people would pass you off for a decent street beggar. When we would regret why we did not listen to those who told … Continue reading Day 17 Of #Winterabc2021. Of Catching Foreign Accents & Blending In.
The harsh reality of life that is affecting African countries is despicable. We have a very large youthful generation that is uncertain of their future. Job scarcity, poor service delivery & resource distribution all mainly escalated by our poor African leaders. This has forced many youths to look to the vibrant Middle East as their … Continue reading Day 14 of The Afrobloggers #Winterabc2021. Reasons Why Many People Who Go To Arabia Hardly Ever Survive The Streets When They Return.
Why a creative needs to participate in such challenges. Well, welcome to day two of the #WinterABC2021. Day one went superbly well I must admit. Many salutations to those that decided to take part. As we're still about the creatives', welcome to day two. Hope you love this one too. A creative artist is one … Continue reading Day Two of The Afrobloggers #Winterabc2021
I've always wanted to start a restaurant. It may not be the immediate after covid start up but it's what I have in mind right now. I have a dream of starting up a not just any restaurant but one that targets mainly creatives. A safe, cool, quiet, green, good lighting place with good music, … Continue reading Day 9 August Rush Blogging Challenge. After Covid Start-up.