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Friday, 5 December 2014
Khalifa Aganaga for Tuddeyo e Kampala
Ugandan dancehall new kid on the block Khalifa Aganaga will continue to excite Londoners this weekend when he performs live at the Ugandan club night in South London, Tuddeyo e Kampala. The vibrant young singer will be joining event dubbed The Last TeK of the Year that is scheduled for Sunday 7th at Club 791 in Thornton Heath, Croydon. Also expected on the night is celebrated DJ Erycom from Sweden.
In the countdown to the end of the year, DJ Shady will be joining resident DJ Bobby and DJ Bonzwho will be playing the best Ugandan music of 2014 alongside Uganda's favourite music. Tuddeyo e Kampala also hosts the TeK BBQ Lounge that serves up tasty bites from 5PM.
DJ Shady to Play the Best Ugandan Music of the Year at Tuddeyo e Kampala
Music is one of the best ways to have a happy ending to the year. There would not be a better way than reflecting on the last twelve months than dancing to the best music of the year and that is the recipe for the upcoming Ugandan night in South London. The monthly 'Ugandan club experience in South London', Tuddeyo e Kampala (TeK) will be hosting one of the most prolific Ugandan DJ in London at the moment, DJ Shady, on a night when the best of Ugandan music of 2014 will played all night, 'and then some', at a night dubbed The Last TeK of the Year on Sunday December 7th at Club 791 in Thornton Heath Croydon.
The excited young spinner who, has made a major career break since he became a club DJ over two years ago says; "It's been a great year in Ugandan music. I am privileged to be taking Londoners through that journey of happiness. I will be playing only the best Ugandan music all night." DJ Shady has been deejaying since his high school days at Kibuli Secondary School in Kampala. In London he started out as a party DJs until he broke onto the nightclub scene at Nile Bar in Seven Sisters and Mama Jumbe’s in East London as well as cameo appearances across Ugandan venues in London.
DJ Shady will be playing alongside the resident DJ Bobby and DJ Bonz. Tuddeyo e Kampala also features the BBQ Lounge that serves up delicious bites all night. The Ugandan night is every first Sunday of the month.