Raoul John Njeng-Njeng a.k.a Skales is scheduled to travel back to Uganda this weekend. Skales is back to perfom in Kampala.
On Sunday, November 27, the Nigerian artist will play in a concert at Motiv, along Old Portbell Road in Kampala.
At the inaugural Jameson & Friends event, which organizers say will be a monthly gathering, Skales will entertain guests.
Partygoers will also be treated to activities and a live World Cup screening, according to the organizers, in addition to music.
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Skales, who is 31 years old, began his musical career in 2011 and last performed in Kampala in 2020.
In 2017, he made his first business trip to Kampala to perform at the Ciroc Frost and Pineapple Pool Party at the Silver Springs Hotel, Bugolobi.
On August 25, 2019, Lugogo Cricket Oval hosted the 23rd edition of the Blankets and Wine event, with him serving as the headlining act.
He has released popular ballads including Shake Body, Shaku Shaku, Temper, Iji Ayo, and Currency.
The tracks are taken from his six studio albums, on which he collaborated with artists from around the world.
These include Nicki Minaj, Burna Boy, Davido, Sarkodie, Olamide, and Uganda’s Beenie Gunter.
few of his well-received albums (2012) are:
Man of the Year (2015), The Never Say Never Guy (2017),
Mr. Love (2018), and Empire Mates State of Mind are a few of his well-received albums (2012)
Joshua Baraka will also perform at the event he will be at.
Baraka is a rising star from Uganda who just released his mini-album titled Watershed, DJ Kas Baby, DJ Vee, and DJ Tony