Yesterday thanks to UMEME and it’s continued ,no longer surprising inefficiency at providing us tax paying and bill paying citizens with power, I was unable to write about my favorite songs.
Also I don’t have favorite songs.
In a world filled with great music, it is not right to ask me to choose.
I love all sorts of music, from everywhere in the world but especially right here in the Pearl of Africa.
I love me some Abaasa. His music restored my faith in the existence of greatness..
Sam Kimera also holds a special place in my heart. With each lyric, the emotion is so tangible and the message crystal clear. He does leave any doubt.
Then there is the phenomenal, MoRoots, she is just the coolest thing to ever grace my play list. Her soul is so connected to the music that, regardless of what or how she sings or plays that, saxophone, she will make a believer out of you. The sound of her is as authentic as her smile.
You can check her out perform live at the upcoming Blankets and Wine, and come back here and thank me.
While still on the subject of Uganda’s fine music, if you are a live band and I happen to be at an event you are playing, please make sure you specifically sing Goodlyf’s “Neera” for me.
That song bewitched me, it gets me everytime.
This music is all available for a free listen at the soundcloud.com
Moving on swiftly my five current goals are.
1. To get out of law school.
2. To convince mother dearest that I don’t need a big graduation party, but she can give me the financial equivalent of it.
3.To get into Harvard Law School for my post graduate.
4.Pull off this 30 day blogging challenge.
5.Travel to Karamoja so I can write their story.