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The Mayanja brothers perform at the UG Connect online concert

By Michael Nampala  03 August 2021 10:13am EAT

The UG Connect third concert was on over the weekend and the top artists for this week were none other than the Mayanja brothers Chameleone, Weasel and Pallaso.

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Chameleone, Weasel and Pallaso performing during the UG Connect concert

Pallaso was the third last to hit the stage all dressed in black doing some of his top old and new hits like Ani Oyo, Kilila, Akomererwe, Nalonda Nemala, Malamu.

Weasel was next on stage. Clad in denim shorts and a jacket, the new father did most of his old hit songs. Douglas Mayanja kicked off with Lwaki Onumya.


He was with a Moze Radio look alike artist as they performed Breath Away, Bwobayo, Magnetic, Nyambula, Bread and Butter.

The Moze Radio look alike artist has even a goatee beard, tried so much to sound like the talented singer and songwriter who died in the year 2018.

Joseph Mayanja aka Chameleone was the last artist to perform.

The Leone Island CEO came dressed in a yellow jacket and black pants doing Bayuda followed by Tupakase, Jamila, Owakabi and Gimme Gimme.

He sampled one of the songs off his new album that will be released on October 9, 2021 when Uganda will be celebrating its 59th independence.

Songs like Mama Rhoda and Baliwa were not left out, he sampled bits of each.

"We should be wise, lets think about programs that develop our nation." He thanked all those that believed in him.

Kigwa Leero and Shida Za Dunia were the songs he played before crowning off the show with, Mama Mia, his blockbuster hit that introduced him the music scene.

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