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Levixone sets new bar for gospel music concerts

Last Saturday, award-winning gospel singer Levixone held one of the biggest concerts, titled Turn The Replay, at the Cricket Oval Lugogo in Kampala. 

Beyond being known for chart-topping songs such as Essaala, Ani and Noonya Omu, he is also famous for his charitable works, focusing on helping people in Kosovo, a Lungujja slum where he grew up. 

It was thus no surprise that proceeds from his weekend concert will go towards Feed Kosovo Children. At Lugogo, the MC King Wizzly invited Igwe singer Exodus on stage and fans knew it was show time. Exodus is the consummate performer.

He took fans on a journey of live church music, followed by another gospel big name, Coopy Bly, who then left the stage for Pastor Wilson Bugembe. Bugembe’s talent is undisputed and when he takes to the stage, he always delivers and it was no different on Saturday.

Alongside his band, he performed Leero, Oli Waggulu and wrapped up his set with hit praise song, Wannaaza amidst cheers. When it was the man of the night’s moment, Levixone did not waste time with pleasantries but went straight to the point as soon as he touched the mic.

He began his performance with Essaala, Ani and Noonya Omu, among others, as his fans danced for Jesus and later made time to pray for Edirisa Musuuza aka Eddy Kenzo, who Levixone had called to the platform.

His concert attracted most of the big names in gospel music, including Zambian powerhouse Abel Chungu Musuka (Itchitemwiko), whose music with House of Loota is popular with young Christians; Pastor Brian Lubega (Nungamya), Fortune Spice, Zabuli (Muloodi) and Robinsan, among others.

Representing from Levixone’s secular friends were Spice Diana, Winnie Nwagi and Eddy Kenzo, among others. Levixone concluded his performance with Turn the Replay, a song that many were waiting for and in the end everybody walked out looking and sounding very satisfied with the successful performance that pulled thousands to the expansive grounds.


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