Navio Promises Tight Security At Day Concert

Uganda’s best hip-hop artiste Daniel Kigozi commonly refered to as Navio has vowed that his upcoming concert dubbed Day time rap show will have the best security experience.

Navio known as Uganda’s hip hop ambassador, having performed at a number of concerts in Europe, North America and Africa. He early this month launched his Saturday 23rd concert.
Navio known as Uganda’s hip hop ambassador, having performed at a number of concerts in Europe, North America and Africa. He early this month launched his Saturday 23rd concert.

With over four thousand youth expected to grace the rapper’s sixth concert, the organisers have put all their energies in beefing up the security on D-day. The concert that will be held on August 23rd at Kati Kati will be a family show. The only other day events have been teen events, such as the Miss Teens and Buzz Teeniez Awards, which have been successful.

Kati Kati, the holding ground for most of the successful youth filled events has become a target for most city conmen which has driven Navio’s team to hire black mambas, bouncers and police men.

“I want a fun-filled clean event where my fans won’t be disturbed by thugs and all. So we will have as much security as possible for a worthwhile experience,” he said our snoop.

The show will start at 10am and end at 7pm. The other artistes confirmed to perform at the concert include Bebe Cool, Chameleone, Bobi Wine, Sheeba, Irene Ntale, Peter Miles, The Mith, Cindy, Vampino, Keko, Khalifa Aganaga, Coco Finger & Yung Mulo amongst others.

To heat up the show, Mckenzie, Kats, Hypeman and Buzz Teenies’ MC Talha have been signed on to the concert to MC for the entire day. The selection was apparently based on the youth’s choice as per previous concerts.

Some of the other activities that Navio’s fans can expect are school rap battles and face painting to get awards and giveaways from the sponsors Pepsi and Uganda Telecom. Fans will have to part with Shs 10,000 to attend or turn to designated social media pages.

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