Kigozi George Wiliam, popularly known as Geosteady and his baby mama Prima Kardashi chose “Roast and Rhyme” to rekindle their lost love.
Geosteady was one of the main headline acts at the just-concluded Roast and Rhyme Afro-Halloween edition held at Jahazi Pier Munyonyo.
The “Nemala” hitmaker has been in a thorny relationship with Prima for the past year.
The couple called it quits before Prima quickly hooked up Galaxy FM presenter Mr Henri.
However, the relationship didn’t go past a year.
Now at the Halloween edition, the couple seemed to be mending walls.
Geosteady stepped on the stage dressed as a cowboy and supported by a live band, threw the audience in the right mood and used the opportunity to dedicate sweet lines to Prima who was in the crowd, seemingly enjoying the vibe.
When asked if they are back together, Geosteady rushed to say, “In life, never rule out anything, it’s God who determines.”
The artist also set the pace for what would be an exciting live musical affair for the rest of the evening.
The songwriter and producer also went into melodic performances of his hits like “Wakyuka”, “Byooli Byendi”, “Owooma” and a beautiful mash-up of “Same Way” and Sauti Sol’s “Suzanna” – all of which had the audience passionately singing along and vibing to.
Following Geosteady’s set, Janzi Band delivered covers of Bob Marley and the Wailers’ “Three Little Birds” and “Buffalo Soldier” before getting into the more upbeat “Dutty Love” by Sean Kingston, Bruno Mars’ “Uptown Funk”, Swedish House Mafia’s “Don’t You Worry Child”, Chris Brown’s “Yeah 3x”, Psy’s Gangnam Style and more in an unconventional pop music set that kept the crowd thoroughly engrossed in the music.
Azawi – who was announced as the headline act just a few days before the event – came dressed in traditional Scottish dress for Halloween.
She lived up to expectations with crowd favourites like “Ache For You”, “Craving You Heavy”, “My Year”, “Tubatiisa”, “Crazy Lover”, “Fwa Fwa Fwa” and “Bamututte” before closing her set with the iconic “Majje”.
The event was held under Bell Lager’s Mpola Enjoyments theme and featured more performances from Double Black Band and Fem DJ – with the latter being the final act that kept people dancing till later in the night.
The event organisers – Swangz Avenue and Bell Lager (a product of Uganda Breweries Limited) – ensured the entire live music experience was one for the books – starting with changing the location of the stage to right beside the lake, which gave attendees a more wholesome bird’s eye view of the performances against the backdrop of Lake Victoria.
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