Ugandan Hip-Hop Artists Sylvester and Abramz Featured in the New Vision

September 24, 2006 at 5:14 am 11 comments

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Performers at the launch party of Namuwongo Community Development Organization, Sylvester and Abramz were recently profiled in Uganda’s leading national newspaper!

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  • 1. katushabe  |  October 11, 2006 at 4:23 pm

    Thumbs up 4 Sylvester n Abramz. Truly this duo is one Uganda’s best Hiphop artistes. And they ‘ve taken UG hiphop 2 another level with their conscious songs. No wonder why they performed @ that special event bcoz their lyrics empower & educate & thats how real hiphop should be…Thanx 4 letting us know more about these guys…..

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  • 2. Fred  |  October 11, 2006 at 4:56 pm

    Thanx 4 giving us info about these Hiphop guys from Uganda. They are some of tha reasonz why nowdays am listening so much 2 African hiphop atlarge…big up!!!!!!!!!

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  • 3. LABEJA ERIC  |  October 11, 2006 at 6:28 pm

    THE BIGGEST PERFORMERS OF ALL TIMES. VERY CONSCIOUS ABOUT LIFE STYLE IN AFRICA,POVERTY, AND MOTIVATION OF THE YOUTH TO BE AIDS CONSCIOUS PLUS WORKING HARD.
    Click to check the video of their song “Lemerako” (Hang on)

    Peace….

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  • 4. passi james  |  October 11, 2006 at 6:55 pm

    VERY VERY GOOD 2 KNOW THAT HIPHOP ARTISTES IN UGANDA NOW DAYS HAVE STARTED ENGAGING IN DEVELOPEMENTAL ACTIVITIES. OTHER ARTISTES SHOULD PICK A LEAF FROM THESE GUYS COZ THEY ‘VE BEEN IN GAME 4 A LONG TIME. THA FACT IS THAT POSTIVITY IS THA WAY FORWARD 4 UGANDAN HIPHOP!!!!!!! Cick & check out these guys’ previous performance alongside other ugandan artistes. .http://www.newvision.co.ug/D/8/217/524542/sylvester,abramz%20stuck%20on%20hiphop

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  • 5. Izaak Shiddy  |  November 11, 2006 at 1:10 am

    Uganda is proud of todays youths who have realised the power of art (music) in not only sensitizing masses about ideal development issues, but also empowering them with knowledge thru musical messages to undertake development challenges ahead of them. Up coming artists should follow the trend to keep the pearl and entire African continent shinning.

    Izaak Shiddy
    Is a social Development Analyst/Researcher/Artist
    currently based in Norway.

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  • 6. Ulf Raharjo  |  September 19, 2007 at 5:20 pm

    it was back in 99, watching movies all the tim. Ulf Raharjo.

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  • 7. Mihangel Caiaphas  |  October 21, 2007 at 7:41 pm

    you had me suicidal, suicida. Mihangel Caiaphas.

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  • 8. mqwa  |  January 11, 2008 at 8:16 am

    its like south afrika hip hop its real, sow uganda cats keep it on,

    one day will all get massege around the world,

    even if ur underground, word in the streets ur living a golden dream , tht is what i more tell cats in our open mics every sunday,

    uganda , i as a south african cat, in east london i support ur hustle,

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  • 9. liyix click  |  April 11, 2008 at 12:46 pm

    yo, bros from UG thanx 4 wat yo doing there, man huuh i was so happy 2 realise we got talent bak home. soon we wil getting hard en stepping up our game. ugandan hip hop artists keep doing it cos we aint be listening to hip hop from america but from uganda. iam doing the well down in the west, i know its hard but it feels nice being appreciated so keep it thumbs up.

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  • 10. Acitiotte  |  November 16, 2009 at 3:42 am

    Hey everyone just wanna say hello and introduce myself!

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  • 11. wycliffe mulindwa  |  November 20, 2009 at 12:15 am

    icant believe ive seen and had of these two brothers after years since ileft uganda whatevr message u here from them is true cos igrew up with them n shared school times before tragedy struck there family n they lost both parents in just months am teling u these guys are awesome n promise dat ill get in touch to promote their music cos they are childhood friends n home boys pray that they make it to the top best wishes //wycliffe

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