Gossip Club Silk Sold October 14, 2014 Staff Writer About Post Author Staff Writer administrator See author's posts Join @RedPepperUG Telegram Channel for Regular updates Post Views: 21 Tags: top Continue Reading Previous Davido To Jet In On December 4Next Is This Irene Ntale In The Trending Sextape? More Stories Featured Gossip News NUP Honcho Joel Ssenyonyi Throws Wife Lavish Baby Shower September 28, 2021 Maurice Muhwezi | REDPEPPER Staff Writer Celebrity Featured Gossip 17 years old Kapa Boy talks love with Nigerian Star September 24, 2021 Writer Exposed Featured Gossip Amb Guggwa Hooks Youthful Lover to fit New Role September 20, 2021 Our Reporter | REDPEPPER 1 thought on “Club Silk Sold” Ohh bambi ! Sekyanzi has really struggled to keep this club going for years ! He deserves some sort of medal ! I remember in the early 90s when some of us hardcore hip-hop lovers only had club Silk as our “savior”. By then the Silk Jam on Tuesdays was Silk’s most popular night on which they strictly played hip-hop. I remember Angenoir used to play the common man’s music (Zouk, Lingala, Jamaican stuff and a few catchy American hits), and used to attract a full house every night. Silk stood with us and played the music we loved even if they did not attract as much of a crowd. In hind sight I now think that perhaps Sekyanzi’s plans didnt depict much business sense, but still I really respect him for standing up for the culture and not being in it for just the money. Recently I understand Silk has become just a regular club playing the same stuff that a small unknown club in Kanungu would play. I’m sure thats good for business, but I will forever respect Sekyanzi for being the reason why Ugandans know such people (or groups) as Krs-one, Onyx, Rakeem, Nas, Doggy Dogg, 2Pac, etc. We probably would never have known about them if not for Sekyanzi and club Silk. Long live Sekyanzi. Comments are closed.