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Ray G breaks boundaries, draws huge crowd At Cricket Oval


Singer Reagan Muhairwe, better known as Ray G, officially stamped his name as one of the powerhouse musicians in the Ugandan music industry when he shut down Lugogo Cricket Oval during his “Ray G Live In Concert” show that went down on Friday.

Often described as a regional artist (Western Artist) Ray G, at last, broke the jinx when he earned himself new respect after he held a highly successful concert that had a mammoth reveler turn-up.

By mid-day, the gates were already open as concertgoers flocked into the venue to have a good time since the day had been declared a public holiday by the government to mark the start of the 10-day 2024 National Population Census.

When time ticked 5 PM the venue had already registered a good crowd of revelers who enjoyed music mixes from DJs lined up to keep the fans engaged and lively throughout the afternoon until curtainraisers kicked off with their performances at around 6: 30 PM.

During the night, artists including Megatone, T. Paul, Fact Zamani, Feffe Bussi, Fik Fameica, Mudra and Winnie Wa Mummy, and Warafiki Galz among others performed until 9 PM when Ray G hit the stage in very simple outfits which did not get the crowd turning their heads.

The revelers’ focus was, however, centered on Ray G’s performance which they enjoyed from the moment he took to the stage to perform songs including; Make A Way, Let It Be, Omusheshe Ft Spice Diana, and Yoya featuring Levixone. The excitement was evident as revelers kept cheering him up on each track he performed and it is safe to say the crowd ate from his palms.

Feffe Bussi used his stage moment to call upon the revelers to come through in large numbers and support him next weekend during his concert slated for 18th May at Jahz Pier Munyonyo dubbed “Hip-Hop Ku Nalubable”.

In the past years, Ray G has been holding his shows in Mbabara until 2022 when Alex Muhangi organized a concert at Imperial Royale Hotel that he headlined and was his first big show in Kampala which sold out.

The Lugogo Cricket Oval show was massive and this would see Ray G’s booking performance fees hiked all over the country. As Ray G climaxed his performance, he thanked the revelers who turned up by saying the love shown to him was for the whole country, not him alone.

He went ahead to state that showing him love meant that the music industry has now been set free as he reminded the crowd about the 2020 COVID-19 lockdown saying there has been a total shutdown.

Thank you Thank you so much for the love and support you have shown me. The music industry has now been set free. Do you remember the 2020 COVID-19 total lockdown? This has been a total shut down.

Ray G

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