Pictures: Chameleone One Man One Million Show
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Christmas came early for singer Jose Chameleone’s lovers who attended his historical One Man One Million concert at Serena Kampala. At a time when local shows are becoming more homogenised, corporatised and more about their egos, Chameleone showed that he can still be truly unique.
Everyone at the show agreed that the performances were worth their hefty UGX 1M entrance fee. The music doctor took his fervent fans on a nostalgic journey of his humble beginnings from Dorotia, Jamila, Mambo Bado , Bomboclat Shida za duniya to his more recent bangers like Valu Valu, Vumilia and to Wale Wale .
Perhaps the most notable guest was the First lady Janet Museveni who looked like she was enjoying the show, proceedings of which will go towards the welfare of the people in the Karamoja region, specifically to help them access water by building boreholes.
Chameleone put up an energetic performance reminiscent of his days as an upcoming, hungry artiste. The crowd worked itself into a frenzy as he was joined on stage by a Karamojong troupe for his Wale Wale hit to conclude the night.
Other celebritIies and powerful friends of Chameleone like Charles Mbire, Prince David Wasajja, Bobi Wine and police chief Andrew Felix Kaweesi were also attending.