Oze and Mukasa were in their perky mood as they danced to the Champeta classic that Rochereau, real name Pascal-Emmanuel Sinamoyi Tabu, released in 1994.
Video: Annatalia Oze, Zambaali dancing to ‘Muzina’
Annatalia Oze and Zambaali Bulasio Mukasa took to TikTok to dance to Muzina, a classic by the late Congolese singer Tabu Ley Rochereau.
It's a bouncy jam.
Rochereau, who died on November 30, 2013, contributed immensely to the Congolese music industry, composing up to 3,000 songs and producing 250 albums that saw Rolling Stone Magazine rank him at number 178 on its list of the 200 Greatest Singers of All Time this year.
In 1997, he joined politics under President Laurent Kabila's government, serving in different positions, including as minister and governor. There are claims that he had over 100 children.
Meanwhile, Annatalia Oze and Zambaali Bulasio Mukasa did justice to his song judging by the 200-plus comments generated by the video the latter posted on his TikTok.
Viola Ngandu commented on the video: "Smart dance 🥰🥰🥰🥰🥰🥰🥰"
If Oze, born Annatalia Ruth Nambooze, can match Kabako's energy, then she can surely dance along with Mukasa.
Sometime back Roden Y Kabako, real name Yusuf Ssenabulya, was joined by Oze to dance to his banger Sitani Tonkema on which he features Sheebah Karungi and Fik Fameica.
Oze, who graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Education (Literature and English) from Makerere University in 2016, started her TV career with Urban Television where he hosted a campus show called Campus 101. She conceived the idea.
She would leave Urban to join Record TV, hosting an entertainment show called Katogo which was previously presented by Douglas Lwanga and Jack Star.
From Record, she joined Delta TV, which she left to join Spark TV as it was launching, teaming up with Zahara Toto to host Live Wire, a gossip show that endeared her to the public.
In 2018, she left to join NBS TV.
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