Jamaican star, Tarrus Riley, in town ahead of his Kampala show
He came along with his Black Soil Band and Jamaican saxophonist, Dean Fraser, who has hundreds of reggae recordings since the 70's, they were received by Swangz Avenue bosses who included Benon Mugumbya and Julius Kyazze.
"I feel great being here," the singer and songwriter noted before calling on all fans to come for the concert.
Asked if he will have a chance to record any music with the Ugandan artists;
"I might not have time for collaborations, but will listen to Uganda music while I'm here."
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"It's always a pleasure to come to this continent, feels so much like home. I'm always blown away by the welcome at the airport. My first time here in Uganda. Love it," a member of the Black Soil Band, Dwain Campbell noted.
The Swangz Avenue All Stars concert will have local artists like Madoxx, Vinka and Bebe Cool among others.
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