Pallaso Thrilled as Kabaka Ronald Muwenda Mutebi II Invites Him to Perform at His 68th Birthday Celebration

On 13th April 2023, the Kabaka of Buganda, Ronald Muwenda Mutebi II, celebrated his 68th birthday at the Lubiri Palace in Mengo. The event was attended by a variety of dignitaries, including politicians, entertainers, and religious leaders.

Amidst the festivities, the Kabaka surprised many by revealing that he is a fan of one of Uganda’s most popular musicians, Pallaso. The Kabaka shared that he enjoys listening to one of Pallaso’s songs while exercising and that he had even requested his son Jjunju to invite the Team Good Music singer to perform at his birthday party.

Upon receiving the invitation, Pallaso was overjoyed and felt honored to have been chosen by the traditional leader (Kabaka). He expressed his gratitude by stating, “I’m truly humbled and grateful to have been invited to perform for the Kabaka on his special day. It’s not every day that a king declares their admiration for your music, so this is a huge milestone for me.”

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The Malamu singer’s fans and fellow musicians were quick to congratulate him on the achievement, with many taking to social media to express their joy and excitement. It was an unforgettable moment for Pallaso and a testament to his talent and hard work as an artist.

This is not the first time that the Kabaka has shown his appreciation for Ugandan music. In the past, he has hosted several music concerts and festivals, showcasing the country’s diverse musical talents. The Kabaka’s support for the arts has been instrumental in promoting Uganda’s cultural heritage and attracting tourism to the country.

In conclusion, Pallaso’s invitation to perform at the Kabaka’s birthday is a significant milestone in his career and a testament to the power of music to bring people together. It is heartening to see leaders like the Kabaka supporting local talent and promoting Uganda’s rich cultural heritage. We hope that more people will follow in his footsteps and continue to support and nurture Uganda’s vibrant music industry.

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