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Fefe Busi's Jahazi Pier concert: a long-awaited success

After a prolonged wait due to the lockdown, rapper Fefe Busi finally headlined his first major concert, the Hiphop ku Nalubaale, at Jahazi Pier in Munyonyo. This concert was initially meant to be his second headlining event. Prior to the lockdown announcement by the President in March 2020, Fefe Busi, known as the smallest rapper, had planned a show at Freedom City mall in Kampala.

Feffe Bbusi on stage at Jahazi Pier
  • Rapper Fefe Busi finally headlines his first major concert, Hiphop ku Nalubaale, at Jahazi Pier in Munyonyo after lockdown disruptions
  • The production team, Fenon Events, delivered an impressive setup with excellent sound quality and meticulous planning
  • Fefe Busi expressed gratitude to the artists, rappers, and fans for their support at his first major show
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The lockdown disrupted all his concert plans, but patience eventually paid off for Fefe Busi. Over the weekend, he celebrated a highly successful event at Jahazi Pier. The pre-concert hype was palpable, with widespread support and anticipation from fans, which created a fear of missing out among others. By 6 PM, the venue was already half full, and by 8:30 PM, it was packed to capacity.

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Fefe Busi made a dramatic entrance, arriving by yacht to the mainland, announced by movie translator VJ Junior. His performance included a mix of his popular songs such as "Kaako," "Romantic," "Bagala Feffe," "Influencer," "Onkuba," "Fako," "Ekyana," "Love Yo," "Buzibu Bwo," "Wavako," and "Kirabo," among others.

The concert also featured notable appearances and performances by various artists, including Bobi Wine, King Saha, Navio, Vinka, Rickman, Azawi, Dax Vybz, Red Banton, Big Eye, Vyper Ranking, Young Mulo, Kid Dee, Ava Peace, Jowie Landa, Fresh Kid, and Mozelo Kids, who all shared the stage with Fefe Busi.

Fenon Events, the production team behind the show, delivered an impressive setup with a well-lit stage, excellent sound quality, and a huge screen that ensured a clear view from every angle of the venue. Their meticulous planning and execution significantly contributed to the concert's success.

In his closing remarks, Fefe Busi expressed gratitude to the artists, rappers, and fans who supported him at his first major show. The Hiphop ku Nalubaale concert has been hailed as one of the best shows of the year so far, alongside other notable events like Ray G's concert at Cricket Oval and Lydia Jasmine's performance at Hotel Africana, both also produced by Fenon Events.

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