In recent news, a new association has been created in Uganda’s music industry. This new organization, known as the Uganda Musicians Federation (UMF), comprises most of the country’s top-tier artists. It was formed with a specific purpose, which is yet to be disclosed.
Eddy Kenzo, the CEO of Big Talent Entertainment, was elected as the federation’s president during a closed-door meeting held in celebration of Jose Chameleone’s birthday. The former TNS singer Sheebah Samali Karungi was elected as the vice president, while Pallaso and Juliana Kanyomozi were elected as the first and second vice presidents, respectively.
Furthermore, Moses Ssali, also known as Bebe Cool and the CEO of Gagamel Entertainment, was appointed as the finance minister of the new federation. This development has sparked excitement among Uganda’s music industry players, who believe that the UMF will promote their interests and help the industry to grow.
Balaam Barugahara, a prominent Ugandan music promoter, expressed optimism about the new organization. He thanked General Salim Saleh for his contribution to the arts industry and congratulated the newly elected officials. Barugahara believes that with the UMF, the music industry in Uganda will flourish and expand beyond the country’s borders.
In conclusion, the formation of the Uganda Musicians Federation is a significant development in the country’s music industry. This new association, comprising some of the most successful and influential artists, will undoubtedly play a crucial role in shaping the industry’s future. The election of the officials, led by Eddy Kenzo, Sheebah Karungi, Pallaso, Juliana Kanyomozi, and Bebe Cool, represents a big win for Uganda’s music industry, and we look forward to seeing the impact they will make.