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Reggae icon Maxi Priest promises electrifying performance

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The most successful reggae fusion acts of all-time Maxi Priest, real names Max Alfred Elliott, is in Uganda for the second time, thanks to events promoter and musician Shaka Winston Mayanja, the man behind the Jazz Safari.

Speaking to journalists, the ‘World Wide’ hit maker revealed how he had missed Uganda.

“This is so special for me (being in Uganda). The first time I was in Uganda was in 1996….It’s now 20 years since I was here,” Maxi Priest said, adding that he was scheduled to be here again in 1998 though this didn’t materialise. “So when Shaka contacted me (this year), there was no way I could turn down this opportunity,” he said.

The American singer, in Uganda famed for hits like ‘Close To You’, ‘Just A Little Bit’, and ‘World Wide’, promised the public to expect the best performance this time because he ‘travelled with a great band’.

The Nile Gold Jazz and Soul Safari show is slated for tomorrow at Lugogo Cricket Oval, Kampala. Tickets cost sh130, 000 for gold and sh250, 000 for platinum.

 

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