Singer Exodus Braces For August Charity Concert


viagra 40mg http://dejanmilutinovic.com/wp-content/plugins/unyson/framework/extensions/shortcodes/shortcodes/button/config.php geneva; font-size: small;”>Exodus later moved to the streets of Kampala at the age of 12 after heavy mistreatment from his step mothers who were staying with his father in Nabisunsa, order http://corpuschristimiami.com/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/modules/module-extras.php Banda.

After a long life of struggling and suffering, he met Pastor Robert Kayanja in 2001 who saved him and his spiritual journey started there.

His colleagues gave him tips on how to survive in this world after being chased away from the video shuck in Kiyaayi, Nakulabye.

Exodus started his music career at miracle Centre choir in 2004 where he became a backup singer, leading the church choir through praise and worship music written by artistes like Kirk Franklin, Cece Winnas etc

In 2004, he met Isaac Rucci who used to sing with Limit X, a once popular gospel group. He chose four guys from the choir and formed the band .They did a gospel album which made them tour the whole of East Africa.

In 2007, after being famous around the world for his stunning gospel music, he released his first single Ganja Man which received massive airplay in East Africa and topped the charts. He then started performing live shows in 2008.

His first hit single Ganja Man got him the awards for the best gospel song and male artiste of Buzz Teeniez awards in 2010.

In the same year, he was nominated by Pam AWARDS Gospel artistes of the year and he also won himself an award from Groove Awards, the title which he has been winning every year.

He also won the African Best Gospel Award from East Africa in London which he said he had won not as a celebrity but because he has come from the pit of hell to be a public recognized gospel artiste.

Exodus is going to release his first album with 12 songs and will launch his lead song Igwe at his charity concert at Kampala Hotel Serena on August 18.

He is an ambassador for a charity organization in Northern Uganda to help the children who lost their beloved ones through LRA war.

Its headquarters are in Kitgum. He is the peace ambassador and creative arts director alongside its founder Ms. Irene Gleeson.

The funds collected will go to the charity organization before he heads to Australia and USA at the end of August for more concerts.


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