Team Good Music Pius Mayanja alias Pallaso is targeting the same success his elder brother registered at his Gwanga Mujje concert at Lugogo Cricket Oval.
Chameleone put up a memorable performance during his highly billed Gwanga Mujje concert that registered a big turn-up on February 24th.
The concert which was held at Lugogo Cricket Oval, saw outgoers fill the venue to capacity as those who had not paid the entrance fees climbed the fence to watch Chameleone do what he does best.
Pallaso has been on top of his game for over three years now. He has released countless pieces of music including hit songs like Malamu, Bega Bega, Nalonda Nemala among others.
He believes he is ripe for a show at Lugogo Cricket Oval.
“You should come back here this year and support me the way you have supported my brother,” he said during his performance at Chameleone’s concert at Lugogo Cricket Oval.
Pallaso confirmed the cancellation of his July concert last year after his doctors advised him to take time off stage to allow his knee to heal.
His two-day concert proved too big for his body and he had to withdraw to avoid irreversible damage.
He is now set to stage his long-awaited concert on 9th June 2023 at Lugogo Cricket Oval.
The concert will be dubbed ‘African Kings’ and promised to treat the revelers who will turn up to a mega show that they have never witnessed ever before.
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