Artist Michael Mugwanya alias King Michael has claimed that Lugogo Cricket Oval is not big enough for him to stage a concert.
The ‘Muko Muko’ hit maker has maintained that he will be staging this year’s concert at Lugogo Cricket Oval despite criticism from media and fans.
The musician who has not registered a hit song in over ten years explained his music legacy is enough to earn him a successful show at the venue.
The self-proclaimed Dancehall King believes that his fans can fill up the show at one of the biggest venues in Kampala.
While performing at Spice Diana’s concert on Friday, he maintained that his plans have not changed and that he will achieve his dream later this year.
“I call upon people to come and support me in September. My fans are big enough to humble those grounds,” King Michael said.
“I call upon all of you my friends to return to this venue when I hold my concert. We must humble Lugogo cricket Oval,” he added.
Michael joined the music industry at a tender age and this was because he had dropped out of school due to lack of school fees. He started as an emcee in 1997 at a club called Britannia.
Because of his incredible performance, the Lido beach management signed him as a DJ in 2000 although he didn’t know how to mix.
In 2004 he started singing and he released a single called Bell which was promoting a beer called Bell lager and it was appreciated by most of the party animals at Lido beach although it didn’t get a lot of airplay.
Michael didn’t give up recording music and in 2006 he released a song called Wandekera Omwana which turned his life around and it became Kampala’s anthem at a time.
He went on to release other hit songs like ‘Muko Muko’, ‘Kwata Kwata’, ‘Lido’ among others songs.