Artists give energized performance at Cadillac

Throngs from different walks of life, crowded Cadillac last night, for the “Bye-Bye Vacances” VIP show.Both local and regional artists delivered an energy-filled four and a half hour performance that left their fans thoroughly content. As it is a traditional of concerts, curtain raisers were the first on stage to warm-up the crowd, and they were followed by a list of creative entertainers, who proved their skills in the trade.Each artist had a few minutes to perform.
L-R : Radio and Weasel on stage ;Tom Close;Miss JoJo
L-R : Radio and Weasel on stage ;Tom Close;Miss JoJo

Throngs from different walks of life, crowded Cadillac last night, for the “Bye-Bye Vacances” VIP show.
Both local and regional artists delivered an energy-filled four and a half hour performance that left their fans thoroughly content.

As it is a traditional of concerts, curtain raisers were the first on stage to warm-up the crowd, and they were followed by a list of creative entertainers, who proved their skills in the trade.Each artist had a few minutes to perform.

Paccy, Rwanda’s self-claimed female rapper was the first on stage. She gave her unmistakable trademark—offering hit after another.

“There is a sprinkling of material from her latest song “Mbese nzapfa,” which I have to admit I am completely crazy about,” Alex Habimana who attended the show, told The New Times.

Miss JoJo and Coga Style (real name Rafiki Mazimpaka) did not disappoint their fans, and their performance was pretty impressive and versatile.

Getting back to the main attraction, Tom Close connected with his largely female audience when he sang “Kuki” and he showed the crowd that he is among the elite artists of his time.

The Brothers’ gig was a nice touch, but they only offered a few songs and dance moves.

Shortly, the MC introduced on stage Uganda’s songster Grace Nakimera, who appeared on stage in a sparkling mini dress, and all eyes were on her.

When the stunning singer belted out “Afuunkula”, the audience shouted uncontrollably. Some guys trying to join her on stage. But the bouncers never gave them the chance.

You could feel an extraordinary energy when Radio and Weasel claimed the stage and controlled the crowd. They performed a series of their songs, but “Bread and Butter” was the hit that set the already excited crowd crazy—screaming at a full volume.

For the amazing finale, people walked home with Radio and Weasel CDs at only Rfw1000.

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