Uganda’s Dr Jose Chameleone jets in Malawi

Uganda’s most celebrated musician Dr Jose Chameleone has arrived in Malawi  on Thursday where he will perform a series of shows in Blantyre and Lilongwe over the weekend.

He arrived  through Kamuzu International Airport in Lilongwe together with other two band members including his brother while other seven band members arrived in the country on Wednesday afternoon.

Chameleone is expected to perform at Comesa Hall in Blantyre Friday night and in Lilongwe at Mungo Park and Lilongwe Golf Club on Saturday and Sunday, respectively.

Speaking to reporters soon after arrival, Katarikawe promised that Malawians should expect good live performances from the Uganda musician.

Chameleon in Malawi

Chameleon in Malawi

The Uganda Chameleoen band members

The Uganda Chameleoen band members

“The band will give Malawians maximum entertainment, value for their money. We are glad to arrive in Malawi and we know that the musician is loved by many Malawians so he will not disappoint them,” he said.

The musician does a number of music styles Bongo Flava, Afrobeat, Ragga and Dance hall. Apart from singing in Luganda his songs are in English,Rwandese and Kiswahili languages .

His songs mostly talks about love, friendship, trust, truthfulness and hypocrisy in his music life and has released several albums including his first in  1999 in Kenya,Bageya in 2000, MamaMia in 2001  and NjoKaribu in 2002.

Chameleone has won several awards in his music career including The Pearl of African Music Awards and has also been nominated for the Kora Awards.

Some of Chameleone’s biggest hits include Jamila, Mama Rhoda and Fitina Yako.

The shows will be cauterized by Black Missionaries, Lucious Banda and Maskal.

Last year the show was cancelled at the eleventh hour due to what organizers LINC International attributed to logistical challenges.

 

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