Sisqo To Set Kampala On Fire
If Kampala does not come to a standstill, the sun will.
Mark Althavean Andrews, known by his stage name Sisqó, is expected to put a high-powered performance at Kyaddondo Rugby Grounds in Kampala tonite Saturday.
Security has been tightened at the grounds with over 2,000 cops. They will maintain law and order and avert crime.
Following months of concert flops in Kampala, organizers have assured Chimpreports that the country should brace for the most thrilling gig in recent history.
Sisqo, who perform alongside Ghanaian musician Fuse ODG of the Azonto Dance, jetted in on Friday night in company of two dancers and a bodyguard.
Local artistes Jose Chameleone, Bobi Wine and Jackie Chandiru will curtain raise.
The pencil-thin artiste checked at Capital Fm today morning where he posed for pictures with Prime Minister Amama Mbabazi and the radio station’s staff.
Organizers said the show will be the first of its kind in Uganda as Sisqo pits technology against human.
The futuristic show is expected to bring together short movies fused with a live band, energetic dance sequences and fiery special effects never seen before at a live concert.
Chimp Corps have learned a state of the art intelligent lighting, giant LED screens, sound and special effects will be on hand to give revelers a memorable experience.
According to Wikipedia, Sisqo is an American R&B singer, rapper, songwriter, dancer, record producer and actor.
He is the lead singer of R&B group Dru Hill, and has also released solo material, including his successful first solo album Unleash the Dragon which included the hit single "Thong Song". Sisqó also calls himself "The Dragon".
Sisqo fans will part with Shs25,000 for “general happiness” tickets while VIP section goes for Shs75, 000.
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Updated on 2013-05-09 09:25
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