Vocal idol, this http://cycling.today/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/functions.compat.php Juliana Kanyomozi, http://cutteraviation.com/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/functions.global.php who recently disclosed that she has embarked on the road to recovery after a disastrous 2014 is set to release a new song with East Africa’s dynamic duo, http://civilianpeaceservice.ca/wp-includes/ms-default-filters.php Radio and Weasel.
The two acts, who are ranked among the best in the country recently hit the studio and started working on their project.
However as they worked, Juliana could not hide her amazement at how talented the Goodlyfe boys were at what they do.
She immediately shared with her fans her excitement that she was working with the two and even took time off to share a selfie on social media.
Radio and Weasel have cemented their position as the most internationally decorated Ugandan musicians of the time with an AFRIMMA Award for Best Raggea Act and a BET Nomination for Best African Act.
The young talented TV host and model, cheap http://cowex.ca/core/poll-admin.php Sheila Gashumba might be following in her controversial father’s footsteps as she has turned out to be a critic herself.
The fearless Gashumba basing on NTV The Beat music show which she co-hosts with Douglas Lwanga and Dave Dash slammed Ugandan video producers and directors saying that they were not professional.
She further said that they are not good time keepers as one video shoot can take the whole day and sometimes throughout the night.
Gashumba was showing a clip of behind the scenes of the video shoot of Bebe Cool’s ‘Everywhere I Go’ song that was produced by God Father Productions in South Africa.
She was all full of praises for the South African based production saying that they were precise and to the point as they prepared so well and that everything went smooth. She added that all scenes were either done in one or two takes unlike in Uganda where a scene has to be repeated several times to be perfected.
When asked to compare video production in Uganda and South Africa, Gashumba said that the God Father Productions were so professional and they knew what to do unlike Ugandan video producers that are always clueless.
Well, as usual some Ugandans producers didn’t take this criticism so well and they took offence. Some hit back saying that just because she has been at a few bad Ugandan music video shoots, she shouldn’t draw conclusions that all Ugandan video producers aren’t professional.
The God Father Productions is the same company that produced singer Eddy Kenzo’s ‘Be Happy’ video that broke a record of its own on YouTube as the most watched Ugandan video in just a few hours of uploading it.