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Did Bebe Cool forget himself?

The Gagamel boss has for a few years been doing the Bebe Cool list where he highlights his best Ugandan artists and songs every end of year. This move has had him criticized and ridiculed as having no right to judge music with a number of people however asking him to make official awards and call them Bebe Cool Awards.

When many questioned Bebe Cool’s list after listing himself on it last year, this year’s list evidently had the singer between a rock and a hard place deciding whether he had to include himself or not; he chose the latter.

Bebe Cool has had hit songs like Gyenvudde and Make a wish this year.

Whether it was human error or intentional, we cannot tell for sure.

In his list of artistes he believes have been better than the rest he included Azawi, Vinka, Sheeba, Mudra, Pallaso and Eddy Kenzo among others and like on previous occasions, he gives reasons and advice why those artistes appear on his list.

New to his list are the one hit wonders where he also doesn’t appear.

Here is Bebe Cool’s full list for 2021 and justification for his choices


1.Nalonda Nemala

It’s been a good second consecutive year for Pallaso with Nalonda Nemala as the major hit from him this year but also followed it up with Mpa Love, Ani oyo which were fairly good songs, Good job Done. Basically he had 1 and a half big songs.


Eddie Kenzo flying high with Weekend and Sango ft Martha Mukisa, despite his personal challenges Kenzo Maneuvered with Weekend which I would have called the song of the year, if two people had not released what they released this year but also followed it up with Sango being the first artist to have two equally big songs in 2021.


Swangz Avenue 2021 shining star, the only female artist to release an album in 2021 with two hit songs my year and slow dancing. With Slow Dancing as her biggest hit song and My year moderate, though all her songs on the album seem to be good and require public attention.

Azawi was clearly ahead of all other female artists because of her affiliation with Record Rebel that pushed her music and brand.


Mudra bounces back on Bebe Cool list with two hit songs ONKOSA and GWE AMANYI. I wouldn’t organize a concert and miss having this Lad perform because he represents the new energy and vocabulary of the young generation.

Two big songs are two big songs for Mudra, Congs Mudra.


My firebase criminal bounces back on the Bebe Cool list with a bullet song MAGAZINE and for sure that’s all he needed to be on the list this year, this song is extremely big and good and the character is proving more likeable. When President opens the economy fully, I can’t wait to have him on my concerts.


He is a new entrant breakthrough artist this year with Omwoyo, Bus, Love Olinonya which are relatively good songs. His style of music is not easily salable unless if an artist executes it perfectly well most especially in the times of Zexs and mudras were young people are more into dancing and then listening.


The hustle continues, surely hardwork had been seen from Spice Diana this year with Ready ft Fik femaica and Body ft Nince Henry though body is an average song. Focusing alot on showbiz and wanting to collaborate might have redirected the recognition of this young lady. I believe if she had focused more on her individual songs she would have been in a better position this year.

The difference in management between Spice Diana and Azawi clearly shows how much investment and experience one has in the game. If you asked me, which artist had firm ground, I would say Spice Diana but if you asked which artist is doing better Azawi. The question is, which of these positions would choose as an artist to be firm on ground or to be doing good at a certain time.


Thank God

She definitely has to thank God that she appeared on Bebe Cool’s list this year with THANK GOD, otherwise surely coming from the same record company with Azawi, the business favored Azawi for this year. Sometimes it’s not an artist doing that they not doing good but remember that also record companies have disadvantages otherwise I’m sure she is bouncing next year with an album.


More or less nothing surprising about Sheebah doing good and yes she did good with Boyfire Ft Selector Jeff as a hit song and Yolo half hit. Its good this year we have seen more women compete with Sheebah unlike the previous years were she dominated, good job Queen Karma.


The culture of Bebe Cool list is not to talk about artists with one hit song but this time let appreciate them in a list.

  1. Twende Tupaate – Pia Pounds

2. Onina-Baza Baza

3. Sente Nina-Kid Dee

4. Katonda yabadde Mwe Ensonga – Pastor Bugembe.

5. Oluvannyuma-Zulitums

6. Omwana Wabandi-Daddy Andre.

7. Akapeesa-Lady Jazmine

8. Mbimala-John Blaq

9. Mbeera-Levixone ft Grace Morgan

Sheebah’s replacement in TNS releases first song.

Rahmah Pinky releases first song under Jeff Kiwa’s management.

The new recruit to Team No Sleep clearly did not come to play as her first song ‘Superstar’ is ready for the air waves.

About Pinky

Rahmah Pinky is a Ugandan afrobeat and RNB artiste, born in 2005 in Kampala, Uganda.

The mellifluous singer born Nanyanzi Rahmah is currently known by her stage name Rahmah Pinky.

She started music as a young girl in primary three as a choir leader and later transformed to professional music in 2019 with her song “tukooye” which was an inspiration and advocacy song.

Rahmah Pinky


She did her UACE from London College Nansana where she did Geography, Literature and Fine Art and her dream is to pursue Bachelor’s degree in law from USA.

The controversy

The 17 year old songstress has been recently in news for the wrong reasons as she is said to have run away from a marriage ceremony, after a 45 year old man called Prince Nelson Kimera paid the “maharie” of $5,000 (17MUshs) in order to marry her and help her get a USA green card. Prince who first flaunted as a ‘family friend’ proposed to take the singer to USA to pursue her law degree.

PRahma Pinky with Prince Nelson.


She currently has songs like; Tontankuula, Girl child, and Omuzadde where she features youngster Fresh kid.

She also runs a charity (The Rahmah Pinky’s charity), where she helps vulnerable teens with school fees, sanitary pads and fundraises for the homeless.

She loves hiking, tennis, watching football and hanging out with friends.

She is certainly a star to watch out for!

Inside life of Archbishop Desmond Tutu

Legacy and timeline of the South African Archbishop Desmond Tutu.

Desmond Mpilo Tutu was born on 7th/10/1931 in Klerksdorp, near Johannesburg.

In 1947, at only 16 years, he contracted tuberculosis, as he recuperated he was visited by Trevor Huddleston, a British Anglican pastor working in South Africa.

In1955, he got married to Nomalizo Leah Shenxane and began teaching at a secondary school in Johannesburg.

In 1961, he was ordained as a minister in the Anglican church, after quitting teaching with disgust at South Africa’s apartheid government’s inferior education for Blacks.

In 1962, he opted to study theology at King’s College London.

In 1966, he returned to South Africa to teach at a seminary in the Eastern Cape.

In 1975, he became the Anglican church’s first Black dean of Johannesburg.

In 1976, he served as Bishop of Lesotho and strongly voiced criticism of apartheid in South Africa.

In 1978, he became the general-secretary of the South African Council of Churches and achieved global prominence as a leading opponent of apartheid, supported economic sanctions to achieve majority rule in South Africa.

In 1984, he won the Nobel Peace Prize. “There is no peace in southern Africa. There is no peace because there is no justice. There can be no real peace and security until there be first justice enjoyed by all the inhabitants of that beautiful land,” Tutu said in his acceptance speech.

In 1985, he became the first Black bishop of Johannesburg.

In 1986, he was ordained the first Black Anglican Archbishop of Cape Town.

In 1989, he led anti-apartheid march of 30,000 people through Cape Town.

In 1990, he hosted Nelson Mandela for his first night of freedom after Mandela was released from prison where he had been held for 27 years for his opposition to apartheid. Mandela called Tutu “The peoples’ Archbishop.”

In 1994, he voted in South Africa’s first democratic election in which all races could cast ballots.

In 1995, President Nelson Mandela appointed Archbishop Tutu to be chairman of the country’s Truth and Reconciliation Commission.

In 1996, Archbishop Tutu retired as prelate, the Anglican church gave him the title of Archbishop Emeritus of Cape Town.

In 1997, he was diagnosed with prostate cancer and publicly announced it to help with public awareness of the disease.

In 1998, Truth and Reconciliation Commission published its report, putting most of the blame for abuses on the forces of apartheid, but also found the African National Congress(ANC) guilty of human rights violations. The ANC sued to block the document’s release, earning a rebuke from Tutu.

On12th August, 2009, he received the Presidential Medal of Freedom from U.S. President Barack Obama.

On 22nd July, 2010, he retired from public life, told the press: “Don’t call me, I’ll call you.”

2013 – Launches international campaign for LGBTQ rights in Cape Town. “I would not worship a God who is homophobic.”

On 12th July, 2014, Urged the British parliament to allow assisted dying, saying “the manner of Nelson Mandela’s prolonged death was an affront.”

On 7th October, 2021,Archbishop Tutu attended his 90th birthday celebration at St. George’s Cathedral in Cape Town where he was seen frail, in a wheelchair, .

On 26th December, 2021 Archbishop Tutu died in Cape Town aged 90.


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