Canada-based Nigerian Afro-fusion/R&B singer and producer has headline the 4th edition of “Shorts Na lessu” in Kampala, Uganda. Slated for Saturday, 24th of August, 2019.
After organizing three successful editions the annual picnic-style event “Short Na- Lessu” returns to Uganda and this time the organizers return with a bang not only getting Ciroc on board but also flying in Nigerian Star Nonso Amadi to headline the event.
“Short Na Lessu” fuses contemporary and traditional culture through music, art and uniting the western culture to our African traditions to form an afro-urban culture of life, with several dimensions including, education, medicine/herbs, entertainment, food, automobile to mention but a few.
The 23-year-old “Short Na Lessu” star first single “Tonight” took the world by storm becoming a global hit and hence opening up doors that have today made the young star a household name in his home country.
According to Nonso, he referred to himself as a self-taught writer and producer who’s transparency makes it clear that he draws his artistic inspiration from genuine moments of extreme emotion such as heartbreak and pleasure. He further said that he currently has no strong public affiliation with any other artiste and maintains a mystical impression to his persona which allows people to focus on the music.
He has earned respect and admiration in Nigeria featuring with some of the countries big stars including Maleek Berry and Banky W.
He will be gracing the stage alongside numerous Ugandan artistes like Kohen Jayce of Bantu vibes, Route 316 Band featuring DJ Siza among very many others.
The annual event sponsored by Ciroc will be held at Dungu Resort Munyonyo Lakeside under the theme “Roots and Paradigms of Modern Living”.
Also, the event aims to offer a premium experience through the event representing the theme; bring together several circles amongst the youth, mainly targeting fresh graduates and university students; create a startup platform for ideas from the youth, bridging the gap amongst investors and innovators; and promote youth empowerment.