PRODUCER DADDY ANDRE SIGNS FOR SPICE DIANA’s 32 RECORDS, QUEEN DIVA LEILA KAYONDO HITS BACK AT HATERS
Thursday July 26, 2018
By Aiden Graw
Daddy Andrey a popular producer and writer cum singer, is said to have joined Makindye based 32 Records owned by singer Spice Diana.
According to Roger Lubega, Spice Diana’s manager, he informed us that negotiations are done and he is about to put ink on paper.
He also informed us that all rights to Andrey’s work will be reserved to 32 Records.
Andre has produced songs like “You and me” which he features Lydia Jazmine, “Romance” by Toniks, “John Rembo” Sheebah, “Omulilo” by Nina Rose among others.
Daddy Andre has penned down songs for fellow singers like “Nkwatako” and “Kisasi Kimu” by Sheebah, “Bimpe” by Spice Diana, “Kola Nabiino” by Ceaserous among many others.
CINDY SANYU AND GRAVITY OMUTUJJU SET FOR A COLLABO
Cindy and Gravity Omutujju have been so close because of their association with attention seeking socialite Bryan White.
The two artistes are set for a collaboration anytime soon.
The rumours of the collaboration were sparked off when Bryan White hinted that all the artistes on the podium will work together, something that was accompanied by photos of Cindy and Gravity flooding the internet.
The two are currently in preparations to go to West Nile for their charity tour with their podium boss.
However, our efforts to talk to Cindy and Gravity were fruitless by press time.
QUEEN DIVA LEILA KAYONDO HITS BACK AT HATERS
Many Ugandans came out on social media days after the Afrimma awards nomination lists were unveiled with several opinions.
Most of them showed their dissatisfaction with the nomination list this year, saying some artiste nominations were questionable.
This was just one of a series of comments made by Ugandan music fans. Leila Kayondo has however played deaf to all the comments and asked fans to help her bring the award home to the Ugandan family ‘adding that for those who are mad saying “I don’t deserve it, they should chill. We doing this.”
Other artists in that category are Victoria Kimani –Kenya,Vanessa Mdee –Tanzania, Leila Kayondo –Uganda’Knowles Butera -Rwanda, Rema-Uganda, Akothee-Kenya, Nandy-Tanzania, Sheebah-Uganda, Juliana Kanyomozi –Uganda and Charly and NINA-Rwanda.
Leila Kayondo’s nomination was not received lightly either. A fan tweeted ‘’I have given up on African Awards after seeing Leila Kayondo and Juliana Kanyomozi in the best female artist of the year category in th Afrimmas.”
Source: www.mknewslink.com a greater western Uganda news website