Anthony Moses Davis, better known as Beenie Man, a dancehall superstar from Jamaica, may not have performed in Uganda again. Beenie Man criticizes Top Boy Entertainment for a failed show.
This comes after his performance at the Lugogo Cricket Oval on Friday completely bombed.
Beenie Man flew into the nation on Wednesday, November 9, in the hopes that he would draw thousands of revelers to his show.
To his dismay, some partygoers preferred to stay at home and binge, while others chose to go to other performances in the area.
The event was intended to be a high-priced VIP concert with tickets starting at Shs150,000.
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Other artists who were lined up to open for the self-proclaimed King of The Dancehall included Oxlade from Nigeria, Vinka, Winnie Nwagi, and Azawi.
Oxlade, declined to perform because he claimed he hadn’t been paid in full.
Ada Ehi, a Nigerian gospel star, performed for hundreds of believers at Lugogo Hockey Grounds the same night while Bizonto Comedians welcomed their followers on the same day at the UMA Exhibition Hall, a location just a short distance from the Cricket Oval.
The promoters who hired Beenie Man, who was performing in Kampala for the second time in 13 years, may be at fault. His performance was badly organized, promoted, and advertised. In reality, not many individuals were aware of it.
About 300 partygoers attended the performance, but Beenie deserves praise for not being afraid to take the stage.
The soon-to-be-50-year-old dreadlocked star took the stage at around 11 p.m. wearing only black and a blue blazer.
Beenie Man criticized the show’s organizers for failing to schedule a concert that would appeal to both the wealthy and the underprivileged as he was ready to wrap up his performance.
He insisted that he always plays for the entire country and all different types of people, not just a small group of revelers.
Singing is something we should do for everyone, including the wealthy. I want to perform for the entire country and not just a specific group of people. Next time, the organizers ought to plan a stronger performance. he said
The good news is that Beenie Man did far better this time than he did the last time he visited Uganda.
The audience joined him in his continuous one-hour performance as he rocked the place.
He nearly performed all of his hit songs, such as Girls Dem Sugar, Worl Dance, Rum and Red Bull, King of the Dance Hall, Who Am I, Wickedest Slam, and Nuff Gal.