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Monday, December 13, 2010


Lagos, 11 December 2010: Congolese artist Fally Ipupa, and Nigeria’s 2Face led the winners at the third edition of the MTV Africa Music Awards with Airtel (MAMA), each taking home two trophies at the music awards ceremony at the Eko Expo Hall.
Nominated in four separate categories, Fally Ipupa scored wins for Best Video (“Sexy Dance”) and Best Francophone act while 2Face, a former MAMA winner from 2009, picked up trophies for Artist of the Year and Best Male.
Cabo Snoop notched up a music first for Angola by becoming the first ever Angolan winner at MAMA 2010, taking home the prize for Best Lusophone act. The inaugural Best Anglophone award went to Kenyan Gospel breakthrough artist Daddy Owen – the first time a gospel artist has won a MAMA.
Song of the Year was won by South African pop/R&B outfit Liquideep for their hauntingly lovely ‘Fairytale’.  New MAMA award category Best Performance was won by Big Nuz, the South African house trio making waves all over the continent.
Nigerian vocalist Sasha scored Nigeria’s first ever win in the Best Female category after Kenyan dominance over the last two years. Nigerian R&B duo P-Square (Nigeria) added yet another MAMA trophy to their awards cabinet – taking home Best Group for the third year running!  Rising Nigerian star Mo Cheddah notched up her first win in the hotly contested Brand:New category which recognises rising stars tipped by MTV for success. The prestigious Best International act was received by Eminem who accepted the award via satellite from the USA.  The MAMA Legend award, won by the late, great Miriam Makeba, was presented by Public Enemy founder and hip hop pioneer Chuck D.
Fally Ipupa
The 2010 MAMA awards opened with an explosive performance by Hip Hop heavyweight, Rick Ross,  and closed with an unforgettable rendition of “Win” featuring T-Pain, Rick Ross, Da LES and 2Face – a world first.  In keeping with the tradition of the awards, the show featured an array of electrifying collaborations between artists from different parts of the continent, mixing up music genres, language and cultures in a unprecedented extravaganza of African talent.  Among the collaborations were Nigeria’s 2Face who hooked up with South African rock outfit The Parlotones. The performance of Banky W’s “Lagos Party” saw South Africa’s Big Nuz, Angola’s Cabo Snoop and Paul G and DRC’s Barbara Kanam rocking the house with the first ever truly pan-African version of the hit track.
Commented Alex Okosi, Senior Vice President & Managing Director, MTV Networks Africa, “Tonight’s MTV Africa Music Awards with Airtel was a joyful and uplifting celebration of African youth culture and music.  It brought together the best talent from across Africa to showcase the incredible music that Africa has to offer to the world.  It is amazing to see the collaborations between the artists as it fosters a spirit of camaraderie and creative exchange that takes their music to a new level.”
Commented Andre Beyers, Chief Marketing Officer, Airtel Africa, “The diversity and talent of the performances this evening was a reflection of the vast and rich talent pool that Africa has to offer.   We at Airtel are proud to partner with the MTV Africa Music Awards as it is a platform for the youth and young at heart in Africa, enabling them to showcase their talent to a global audience. Music is an important way to connect with Africa as we relaunch the Airtel brand on the continent. It will support Airtel’s mission of giving the youth a means to express themselves and the freedom to do more.”
Among the performers at the 2010 MTV Africa Music Awards with Airtel were: 2Face (Nigeria), Banky W (Nigeria), Barbara Kanam (DRC), Big Nuz (South Africa), Cabo Snoop (Angola), Daddy Owen (Kenya), Diamond (Tanzania), Eve (USA), Fally Ipupa (DRC), J. Martins (Nigeria), Jozi (South Africa), Liquideep (South Africa), Lizha James (Mozambique), Mo Cheddah (Nigeria), Paul G (Angola), P-Unit (Kenya), Public Enemy (USA), Radio & Weasel (Uganda), Rick Ross (USA), Sarkodie (Ghana), Sasha (Nigeria), T-Pain (USA), Teargas (South Africa), The Parlotones (South Africa), Wande Coal (Nigeria).
Guest presenters and celebrity guests included Ba Ponga, Dama do Bling, Lizha James, Daniel Amokachi, Oluchi, Julius Agwu, Genevieve Nnaji, Muthoni, Nneka, MTV VJs Vanessa Mdee  & Sizwe Dhlomo, Tatiana, JoJo and fashion designer Lisa Foluniyo.
Best Anglophone – Daddy Owen (Kenya)
Best Francophone – Fally Ipupa (DRC)
Best Lusophone – Cabo Snoop (Angola)
Artist of the Year- 2Face (Nigeria)
Best Female – Sasha (Nigeria)
Best Male – 2Face (Nigeria)
Best Video – Fally Ipupa (DRC): “Sexy Dance”
Best Group – P-Square (Nigeria)
Brand New Act – Mo Cheddah (Nigeria)
Best Performance – Big Nuz (South Africa)
Song of the Year – Liquideep (South Africa): “Fairytale”
MAMA Legend – Miriam Makeba (South Africa)
Best International – Eminem (USA).
The MTV Africa Music Awards with Airtel premieres on MTV base (DStv Channel 322) on Saturday 18 December at 19:00 CAT, with repeats on Sunday 12 December at 08:00 CAT and 14:00 CAT.  Further programming relating to MAMA 2010 includes: Road To MAMA – Tanzania (TV premiere Thursday 16 December @ 19:00 CAT); Road to MAMA – DRC (TV premiere Friday 17 December @ 19:00 CAT) and What Went Down 2010 (TV premiere Sunday 19 December @ 21:00 CAT).  The MTV Africa Music Awards with Airtel will also broadcast on MAMA terrestrial TV partners STV (Nigeria), AIT (Nigeria), TV3 (Ghana), WBS (Uganda), NTV (Kenya), TBC (Tanzania), Clouds TV (Tanzania),  RTGA (DRC), NBC (Namibia), STV (Cameroon), Canal2 (Cameroon), Afrique Media (Cameroon), Go Africa (Gabon), TV Canal 3 (Burkina Faso), NTV (Benin), LC2 (Benin), ORTN (Niger), MBC (Mauritius) and ZNBC (Zambia).
The MTV Africa Music Awards 2010 is sponsored by Airtel in association with MasterCard.  Other partners supporting the MTV Africa Music Awards with Airtel include Arik Air and the Lagos State Government.


After months of secretly dating a mystery lady, former gospel DJ Mitchel Otieno aka Lenium will soon be daddy. The DJ's squeeze is in her early months of pregnancy. A close friend of DJ Lenium revealed this to Buzz. ''Lenium's girlfriend is expectant and he'll soon take over responsibilities,'he revealed. The former radio DJ is now an events organizer with Quayside media in Mombasa.


Veteran musician Ramadhan Mtoro Ongara better known as Dr. Remmy Ongala has passed on. The singer well known for his hit single ‘Kifo’ died on Monday morning at Muhimbili hospital. According to reports Remmy Ongala died as his family rushed him to hospital.   Ongala's music is meant to be appreciated on a physical and mental level. As he looked around his homeland of the Congo, he noticed much poverty and social inequality. Outraged by the despicable way the poor are treated, he used song as a way of fighting back, and after long days of tedious and physically strenuous labor, Ongala would perform his music with ad hoc bands in nightclubs and hotels in the Congo, (then Zaire), and later, Uganda. Songs like "Ndumila Kuwili" ("Don't Speak with Two Mouths") and "Mnyonge Hana Haki" ("The Poor Have No Rights") reflected his working-class outlook. Despite a flourishing Congolese music scene, Remmy was unable to strike a universal chord with listeners across Africa, as his idols Franco and Joseph Kabasele had done so effortlessly.
It wasn't until he ventured to Tanzania at the age of thirty-one that Ongala began to get a musical career on track. An uncle living in the Tanzanian capital of Dar-es-Salaam invited Ongala to come play music with him in the band Orchestra Makassy. When Makassy went to Kenya, Ongala stayed behind and joined Orchestre Matimila, which he later renamed Super Matimila. Ongala's group gets big band textures from the horn section and from elaborate arrangements for three guitars. The sound swept the local Tanzanian music scene, which, because of the closing of the border in 1977, had become isolated and quite unlike anything else in Africa. By 1981, Ongala and Orchestra Super Matimila, and were playing up to five nights a week in various nightclubs in Dar-es-Salaam.
Because of the dearth of quality recording studios in the financially-strapped nation, most bands would simply record and release their live performances, and Orchestra Super Matimila was no exception. Soon, their songs were being played on Radio Tanzania and various Kenyan radio stations, and they helped to develop quite a following for the band.
His inspiring message led him to be nicknamed "Dr Remmy". Following the end of British colonial rule in 1961, Julius Nyerere introduced the value of Ujamaa, or family hood, which emphasized equality and justice. Such became a recurring theme in many Tanzanian artists' music, including Remmy Ongala.
Dr. Remmy will be remembered for publicly urging people to use condoms. Although he faced opposition, he went ahead and recorded a song ‘Mambo kwa soksi’.  Ongala continued to record and perform in Tanzania--despite his international fame--and his songs are still as concerned with social injustice as ever. One song, urging men to use condoms--"Mambo Kwa Socks/Things with Socks"--appeared on the acclaimed AIDS awareness compilation Spirit of Africa, in 2001. When this song was first released, it proved too much for Radio Tanzania, which refused to play it. But live shows and black market tapes ensured that few urban Tanzanians missed the message. In a musical career approaching two decades, Remmy Ongala and Orchestra Super Matimila still made social issues sound funky.
In 1989 he released his first studio album titled ‘Songs for the poor man’ which had songs like ‘Sauti Ya Mnyonge, Kifo  ,Usingizi ,Muziki Asili Yake Wapi ,Pamella ,Dole  
 Mariam Wangu, Nasikitika ,Karola and ‘Kipenda Roho’. Four year later he released his second one dubbed ‘Mambo’ while his third album was released in 2000. The album was titled ‘Sema’.
After years of singing and entertaining, Remmy Ongala finally saw the light in 2007 and ditched World music for gospel. His last album is a gospel one titled ‘ Kwa Yesu kuna furaha’.
There are speculations that before Remmy were delivered, his mother had miscarried twice. And therefore when she was carrying Remmy in her womb, she sought the help of a traditional doctor so that she could deliver safely.  And the traditional doc advised her not to deliver in the hospital but in the bush and after delivery she shouldn’t shave the baby. Remmy’s mother honored and that is the reason the singer remained dread locked until he saw the light that is when he shaved. Remy is believed to have been born with two of his teeth ready grown.
His father was the one that began to teach him music at an early age. But his father later passed on when he was six years of age and already in school. But due to poverty he dropped out of school.
In 1964, his mother also passed on leaving him to take care of his younger siblings. Without any skill on him, he decided to do music. With his band called Bantu Success, Remmy together with his band mates did shows in different hotels in Democratic republic of Congo. For several years Remmy Ongala performed around in different cities in DRC with different Congolese bands among the Success Muachana and Grand Mickey of Uganda.
In 1978 Remmy moved to Dar-es-salaam after his uncle called him to join the then popular band Orchestra Makassy which was under his uncle Makassy.  While still with Orchestra Makassy band, he wrote his first single “Siku ya Kufa”, a song he wrote to remember his friend who had died. It is this song made his popular.
He served at Ochestra Makassy band as a vocalist cum guitarist for three years before moving to another band. This was after his uncle Makassy moved his band to Kenya in 1981. Remmy Ongala moved to Orchestra Super Matimila band which was coming up and molded it to another big band. Orchestra Super Matimila band had eighteen members and Remmy Ongala rose to be the band leader. One year later he changed the name to Super Matimila. Because of his unrivalled poetic prowess in his songs that spoke heavily about social injustices and real life issues, his fame grew steadily across the region and in the continent.
His first international breakthrough came through when he gave out unidentified white his cassette. Little did he know that it would land him a deal with the prestigious World of Music, Arts and Dance organization who invited him for the European festivals in 1988.  It’s while there that he got the rare opportunity to record at Real World studios in the UK which is owned by popular singer Peter Gabriel. He recorded three of his albums; songs for the poor man, Sema and Mambo.
In the previous years, the veteran Congolese singer quit secular music claiming it was full of evil. He later saw the light and was baptized and shaved his dreadlocks. Before his death, Remmy was in the last steps to completing his fifth album which is gospel titled ‘ Bado Naishi Sinza’. Burial will be at his home in Sinza kwa Remmy in Dar es salaam, Tanzania on a date to be set by his family. He’s survived by three children.
Remmy a guitarist and singer, is a well-known musician on the Tanzanian landscape, but was born in 1947 in Kivu, D .R. C. A rising musician since the late 1980s, Remmy Ongala was part of the Soukous sense (a Congolese kind of rumba which in conjunction with his Orchestra Super Matimila he helped to transmute to the Tanzanian music often called Ubungo, the Swahili word for brain, in TZ, which in turn led to Tanzanian hip-hop particularly in the city of  during the 1990s. Believing in the abolishment of racism and social injustice, Ongala infuses his lyrics with these messages. His inspiring message led him to be nicknamed "Dr Remmy". Following the end of British colonial rule in 1961, Julius Nyerere introduced the value of ujamaa, or family hood, which emphasized equality and justice. Such became a recurring theme in many Tanzanian artists' music, including Remmy Ongala.

Wednesday, December 8, 2010

Mombasa Model releases her sex pics...

The model commonly known as Mercy has followed suit to what now seems as a trend in the celebrity culture; exposing nudity and releasing sex tapes. The photos which have hit online show her in the act with a mystery man believed to be an upcoming Bongo flava musician.Mercy is believed to be a serial dater and has managed to pin down some of the biggest names in the Kenyan entertainment industry including a former gospel deejay. And the dossier which showbizxklusivs landed on will be published here pretty soon.

Thursday, October 7, 2010


When Sulaiman Sekamate turned Muslim, he said he just loved the religion, although we associated it with his new catch. When Ragga Dee appeared at the goat races in a Muslim outfit, we started sniffing around. But before we got something, Qute Kaye dropped a surprise. The Ginkese star has converted to Islam and changed his name to Akram. What baffles us is nobody is able to put a finger on why he has decided to change religion.


Iryn namubiru
Tabloids might have said it but believe showbizxklusivs as the true peddler of truth. Irene Namubiru is not expecting at all. A ugandan tabloid carried a story claiming the diva was pregnant. However,Irene spoke to us and refuted the allegations. 'I'm not expectant at all. I'm not  even planning for baby no.2,'she said on phone. The singer is in Uganda to promote her latest single.

Well, there you have it on authority, and thanks Irene for the hug. can't wait for next time.

Wednesday, October 6, 2010


365 digital magazine will hit the web pretty soon.....and showbizxklusivs is the publisher!!!!

Thursday, September 16, 2010


former Miss Earth air Miriam Odemba showing off her bump and still looking yummy. Odemba is away in Paris where her fiancee lives. She's due in a month's time.

Friday, September 3, 2010


Looks like the BLU3 girls have gone on a maternity leave with two of their members heavily pregnant. It started as a rumour and then fizzled out, but now its official and SHOWBIZXKLUSIVS comfirms that Blu3's Mya (real name Edith Baganda) is pregnant. The sexy singer/dancer looked very heavy at a recent wedding where she was one of the bridesmaids.Mya confirmed that she is in the last stages of her pregnancy but would not reveal the father. When asked if its true she had broken up with him, she said he is out of the country for now and she hopes he stays there for now. We hope those were just her hormones speaking. Also pregnant is Lilian Mbabazi who is also at her last stages. The father to her unborn baby is none other than Mowzey Radio.
Attempts to get a comment from Talend256's boss Aly Allibhai on the future of Blu3 with two of the members pregnant were futile.


Kenya's Suzzane Owinyo,Ugandan Afro-Soul artist Maurice Kiirya and Bongo flava rapper AY have been listed in the top 10 African musicians list for the Radio France International Prix DĂ©couvertes awards. Kirya was listed for his song Misubaawa! If any of them wins, he will get a fully paid for band tour of France and prize money of over 100,000 euros. The artists for the 2010 version of the awards were picked from Africa, the Indian Ocean and the West Indies and the winner will be announced on 16 September. Other nominees include: 

Monday, August 30, 2010


Mowzey Radio is expecting to become a dad three times this year alone.Well, a reliable source in Good Lyfe confirmed that Mowzey has three girlfriends who are pregnant including Blu3’s Lillian Mbabazi.
According to the source, the second girl is called, Jen and she stays in Jinja town. The source told Showbizxklusivs that Mowzey impregnated Jen while on a music tour in Jinja six months ago. We’re also told that Mowzey’s Mzungu girlfriend Kieran is four months pregnant. Actually, last week we overheard Mowzey talking to Lillian on phone as she asked him to take her some tablets because she was “feeling funny”.
The source says that Mowzey has shown responsibility and he cares for all his girls.
“It has been taxing for him and you can clearly see that he is kind of stressed but he has not stopped to support them,” said the source. “The Mzungu has also had some encounters with Lillian but he has made them accept each other.”
He must be sweeter than kuku, indeed!


One evening he’s enjoying a good time in a bar and the next morning he boldly swears to be fasting! You must be wondering what kind of Muslim that would be! But yes, that’s singer Bebe Cool! SHOWBIZXKLUSIVS  bumped into the singer having a nice time with several friends last Tuesday at Steak Out Bar. But Bebe shocked us the following day when he made a post on his Facebook page alleging that he was busy fasting! We kept wondering what kind of Muslim would hang out in a bar during Ramadhan but still claims to be fasting! However, Bebe Cool who leaves for further treatment in the US sometime this week argued that he wasn’t just hanging out, but was working! “I don’t drink alcohol anymore; I was there to promote my new songs. That’s my job and I was at work,” Bebe said.  We weren’t satisfied with Bebe’s reasoning but we were informed that sick people and people with complications are exempted from fasting!


When we said he’s perhaps the only artists in Uganda to be so tight with the President, many didn’t believe us. Moses Saali alias Bebe Cool is the first artist to get a warm visit from the big man a few months back after getting shot by a  trigger-happy security officer at Effendy’s bar and club. The president even went ahead and promised to meet the damages the singer went through during his absence from the music scene.
A few debates were carried out whether the Bogolako singer would be paid or it was just media hype but to everyone’s astonishment, state house released info that Bebe is to be given 180million shs as compensation for the damages he endured at the beginning of this year.
The money will also be part of Bebe’s further treatment in the USA until he gets back on his two feet. He’s slated to travel a few weeks from now with his wife Zuena and two kids Alpha and Beata.
However, the question on everyone’s mind is? Did the Government make the right decision of meeting Bebe’s costs? Because he sued the government a few months back for “damages” yet he has been performing in several places like his “Denmark tour” last month, “Return of the king concert” and not forgetting more places he has been advertised on!


Soon after settling the land tenants who were claiming to own his one luv beach premises, singer Bobi Wine is yet again in trouble for “Plagiarism” charges.It is said Robinah Bisiilikilwa, wife to fallen star Paul Job Kafero of the Kadongo kamu fame is willing to take the self proclaimed Uganja President to the courts of law for  re-doing “ Dipo Nazigala” to “Ghetto Nazigala”.

“The song is said to be one of Paul’s best going by requests and airplay it received on most media houses but for an artist such as Bobi Wine to re-do the song shows lack of respect because he never got consent from the family.” according to an insider.The song is almost the same except for the few lines and fast beats Bobi changed to make captivating for his fans.
Now Bisiliikilwa is willing to take the matter as far as the courts of law unless the “Mr Money” singer pays an amount she’s yet to disclose as a lesson to others for not repeating the same act.
Paul Kafeero dated Robina Bisiliikilwa who by then was still in Kulabako guitar singer as a buck up artist and was among his many wives.

Tuesday, August 24, 2010


Elizabeth and Kevin before the engagement in Naija
Nigerian winner of BBA4 Kevin Chuwang Pam has taken a step of faith and engaged Tanzanian BBA contestant Elizabeth Gupta. The couple's engagement has been top secret but trust Showbizxklusivs to unearth the deepest secrets. Well, their engagement took place in Nigeria three months ago when Elizabeth flew to Naija for what she termed a 'business trip'. It latter emerged that the business was actually an engagement and the Naija millionaire went down on his knees and popped the big question...'would you marry me? which Elizabeth quickly said yes as she accepted a gold engagement ring. The two are actually planning a wedding soon. Rumors in Dar say that Kevin will be visiting soon to meet his future in-laws.  Kevin is the winner of the 2009 Big Brother Africa (BBA) Revolution reality TV show.It will be remembered that Kevin ,27,carried the Tanzanian flag after being declared the winner.

Sunday, August 15, 2010


They always say “seeing is believing” but with our kind of profession, we would like to make a few amendments about the adage by simply saying “hearing is believing” because we’ve just heard info that American R$B Award winner, Brandy will be holding a show in Kampala come December 2010. Mixed Tape Ltd, a new entertainment company is behind the deal to fly in the long distance songstress with just a few things left for the deal to be finally reached if the info we received is anything to go by.Brandy Rayana Norwood will if things go as expected be joining the long list of international artists like R.Kelly, Akon, UB40, Shaggy, Wycliff Jean, Brick and Less, Vegas among others to perform in Kampala.Acting, song writing and Singing, Brandy is best known for hits like Boy is Mine, Right here, Afrodisiac, Almost doesn’t count, Wow, Come a little closer, Almost doesn’t count to  mention but  a few.

Friday, August 13, 2010


Sadat the promoter

Ray C and hubby Lord Eyez
Bongo songbird Ray C has now revealed that the promoter of her Kenyan tour, Sadat, wanted to sleep with her. Apparently, before she came to Kenya, Sadat of Maliza Umaskini flew to Dar on a 'business trip'. "Sadat told me that he was on a business trip but kept on sending me sex-related messages, which I still have on my phone. I was shocked because I didn't expect that from him," she said. Apparently, drama started when Ray C went to meet Sadat accompanied by her boyfriend Lord Eye, something that didn't go down well with the promoter, an aspiring politician from Kitale.
"It became worse when I showed up at the airport with Lord Eye, and Sadat became completely pissed off. Because I refused to sleep with him in Dar, then I come to Kenya with my boyfriend, he started creating excuses to cancel my show," she said. Ray C is yet to be paid $9,000, even after her shows were canceled. Promoter-cum-politician Sadat has defended his move to cancel Ray C's Kenyan tour. According to Sadat, he was not happy with the way Ray C conducted herself from the airport to Club Summit in Nakuru. "She was under influence and I actually saved her from embarrassing herself on stage. She was almost taking all her clothes off on stage," said Sadat. He has also denied rumors that he wanted to sleep with Ray C.
"I didn't send her any suggestive messages as she claims. If I had any problem, why did I pay for her boyfriend's air ticket to Nairobi?" he asks. Meanwhile, Sadat has canceled Ray C's and her boyfie's tickets back to Dar, that means they have to pay their own air tickets. Ray C, was meant to do a series of shows in Kenya this month and finally wind up the tour in Southern Sudan's capital, Juba. According to close sources, the Kenyan tour alone was supposed to earn the musician $10,000 (about KSh800,000), and the agreement was that she gets her downpayment upon arrival at Jomo Kenyatta international airport. She was to get the rest before she goes on stage in her first show, which was in Nakuru last Saturday. The promoters, with musician Refigah as their spokesman, did not honor the agreement at the airport but still proceeded for the Nakuru show. Ray C did not complain as she went on stage and wowed the crowd. Real trouble started when fans asked for more songs and Refigah had to snatch the microphone from Ray C and cut the show. The promoters started accusing her of going against the agreement, and she was forced to take a cab to her hotel. On Sunday morning, the promoters phones were all off and when Ray C managed to raise one of them, she was threatened and told to go back to Dar es Salaam..


She’s a renowned fashion designer and the proprietor of African Woman magazine. Sylvia Owori’s business empire has been on the rise in the recent past but as we came to know, her love life hasn’t been a very lively one. Last week, showbizxklusivs received information from a reliable source that Owori had decided to end her 14 year relationship with her Dutch fiancĂ© Per Munk-Nielsen. According to the source close to the former model, Owori packed her belongings and left her marital home in Luzira. Nielsen has a children with Sylvia and is also a shareholder in African Woman.
“Nielsen is the CEO of African Woman. Sylvia insisted that they will maintain the work relationship to ensure African Woman remains at its level of success,” the source added. “She left along with her two children. I don’t really know why she left but I think she was getting too busy for the relationship,” the source said. We learnt that Sylvia who frequently flies in and out the country to oversee her business in Nairobi, is quite busy with a few other projects. We’ve been told that Owori is renting a house in the posh residential Kololo  area. Efforts to get a comment from Owori were fruitless as she couldn’t pick up her phone. Meanwhile, we also learnt that Owori is working day and night to make sure her new club Black Pearl located at the Golf Course hotel basement opens up. “She also has a new project with Alicia Keys’ Keep a Child Alive foundation.” The source revealed.


If the police can’t get Chameleone, singer Vamposs and a few friends are willing to help deliver him personally to the police. During our late night errands last Thursday night, we bumped into Vampos along with allies Viboyo and James B and they alleged that they were looking for Chameleone to personally hand him over to the police! Vampos also revealed that sometime last week, he hit studios and recorded a song specifically for Jose Chameleone.  “The song is called Ndongo. It’s basically about the fact that for long Chameleone has released funny music. It’s time for Ugandans to get to enjoy the real music-dancehall and forget about things that have no classification!” Vampos said. Vampos recorded the song at Swangz Avenue and he promised to out it sometime this week!

Monday, August 9, 2010


Shaa performing
Lil Kim doing her thing
Aladji Aladji from Codeivoire
Mwasiti on stage
THT dancers
part of the crowd
And it was arguably the biggest hottest gig in TZ this year. FIESTA JIPANGUSEEEEEEEEEE RAHA....


Juma Nature and Lil Kim getting jiggy...
Nature and Kim performing together
Lil Kim making the grand entrance
Sir Nature loves this...going dowm..mpaka chini
This was how the queen of Rap rocked Leaders club in Dar es salaam. Showbizxklusivs was right there and here are some of the gossip follows suits

Wednesday, August 4, 2010


Popular Tanzanian actress Irene Uwoya is in Dar es salaam. The actress was spotted by our sharp eyed snoops who later on dropped the news on our desk. Sources say that she is Dar to be part of the next movie that is to be produced by RJ company. 'She flew in a day ago and has been having a quiet day,'added our source. The actress,twice voted the sexiest female celebrity is married to Rwandese footbal star in Europe.


Like father like they say. Looks like Bebe Cool's son Alpha Thierry is taking lessons from his father or it might just have been another accident. Well, Zuena Kirema Ssali was spotted in a Kampala hospital yesterday (Tuesday 03.08.10) taking her first born son to hospital.Our Kampala snoops told us that the boy was in a good condition and was treated and discharged. 'He broke one of his arms and was treated. The mother looked sad,'added the source.


Pint sized but a force not to be ignored...DIAMOND taking Dar es salaam and the whole of TZ by storm. The musician has been stealing shows and sources say every lady wants a piece of the recent FIESTA JIPANGUSEE in Mwanza he rocked and the left the crowd wild....ohh yeah   .....Mbagala


This Saturday, Dar es salaam will be on fire. Showbizxklusivs has yet landed another exclusive from Dar es salaam. American controversial rapper Lil Kim will be the star attarction in Dar. The rapper has been booked for the FIESTA JIPANGUSEE concert to be held in Dar es salaam. The celebrated rapper will perform alongside Ivory Coast, Naija and Bongo flava acts during this Saturday's Fiesta Jipangusee,,our source revealed. 'Lil Kim is the main act this year. It's been confirmed,'added our inside source. Meanwhile, Naija duo Bracket will be perfoming in Dar es salaam this Saturday (9Aug7th). They will join other international A-list performers in a FIESTA JIPANGUSEE concert at Leaders Club in Dar. The duo are expected in Dar this Thursday.

Thursday, July 29, 2010


Beef and fights seem to have no end in Uganda's showbiz. The latest news that have landed on showbizxklusivs desk indicate that Pearl's lead singer Jose Chameleone beat up dance hall artiste Vamposs yesterday. The reason being Vamposs refused to worship Chameleone, a thing that never went well with the Leon Island point-man ending in a showdown.  The details about the fight have been scanty but the war is likely to continue as Swangz Avenue artistes have promised to revenge against the Leon Island boss. Vamposs brother Maurice Kirya was shocked at what Chameleone did to his brother. 'I was blind but now i see, with blows to his face, he wondered why he was attacked,and the answer was,because he did not worship the Dr. Joseph chameleon! i hope my brother vamposs recovers from the injuries and dis figured face, i love his music, but chameleon has attacked many, and is protected by all of us. We have ...all failed to lead as a good example to the coming generation! said Maurice Kirya. And the war could get uglier if the Swangz avenue keep their word to revenge.  ''You shall fight the whole swangz and friends, beat everyone you find, but trust me Vampino was the last, he's the wakeup call. You pressed the wrong button, played a bad card. We got you another title coming.The man u beat is like the swangz ambasoder. he too got a commandin that follow him, now we are all out,' said Viboyo when he called on us.

Wednesday, July 28, 2010


The king of Takeu has taken a Dar es salaam DJ to court for assaulting him. Lucas Mkenda aka Mr. Nice  sued DJ Victor for beating him and causing him bodily harm early this month in a Dar es salaam night club.  Mr. Nice according to police, was beaten and bled profusely inside Masai Club in Kinondoni on July 9th this year after he asked accused the DJ as one of his band's detractors. The two ,police said have had a long standing feud and they were still doing investigations. 'It's a deep issue and the officers are following it to the root,'said the investigating officers.  According to Mr. Nice, DJ Victor hit him with a bottle for telling him off the truth. 'He hit my head and I lost consciousness,'recalled Mr. Nice when asked. The case was reported at Oysterbay police. Now, the musician wants the DJ charged in a court of law. Showbizxklusivs is following the matter. keep it locked for the update.


He might be Dar es salaam's self confessed best producer but Hermy B needs to put his acts together. Shwobizxklusivs has learnt that Burundi's boda boda band lead vocal list Kidum doesnt compromise quality and would do anything to ensure his music stands out.  Kidum and Hermy B have been embroiled in a secret warfare of words over the production of the single 'Nitafanya' in which he features Bongo's first lady Jay Dee. 'I wasnt impressed by the finished works of Hermy B. It wasnt upto standards...or atleast up to my standards. That is why i had to switch and do it with RKay,'he told Clouds FM.  Kidum's new song Nitafanyawhich features Lady Jaydee is doing well on the charts. Hermy B had recorded the original version which many people said it was below industry standards. 


Troubles might be his other name. The king of bling was taken to court last week on Thursday. Prezzo appeared before a Kibera court judges on several charges. Showbizxklusivs did not see the charge sheet of the president but our source at Kibera told us that showbiz president was all relaxed as the judge read out the charges. 'He was so composed but he managed to pay the bond. I cannot tell you the charges,'he said. Keep it showbizxklusivs as we unravel the story.


Just a month after,spotting and signing Nyota Ndogo's lil siter, SQ records chief Steve Otieno is a worried man. She is not aware where Ta2 is. 'I'm in total dillema. I cant reach Ta2 coz she doesnt own a phone. I've tried calling Nyota but she never picked up my phone. I think she doesnt have my number but I'm optimistic she will,'was all Steve told Showbizxklusivs. Ta2,released her first single last week and the record chief had arranged her video shoot this week. Sources told us that Ta2 was taking care of Nyota's house in Voi. 'She went to take care of Nyota's new house. She's in Voi,'added the source. SQ records is the most sought after recording studio at the moment.