By Norah Mukimba
Uganda’s best singing trio of the Born to Conquer, commonly known as the B2C have openly declared that they will be a no show at the Swangz Avenues 10 year’s celebrations of producing good music.
The boy group that comprises of Bobby Lash, Mr Lee and Julio made the announcement while live on radio airwaves.
Although they had been included among a rich cast of artistes to curtain raise for Tarrus Riley on 31 August, it will not happen.
The two camps got into a bitter rivalry when Swangz Avenue bosses dishonored an agreement that two had reached upon. Thus forcing B2C boss to call Swangz boss Julius Kyazze an evil man.
The bitter war arose when Kyazze of Swangz announced that the Jamaican reggae star Tarrus Riley will be performing at the celebrations as the main stage act escorted by a couple of celebrated Ugandan music stars.
The Muyenga based record label will stage their event on the 31st of this month at Lugogo Cricket Oval while the Andy Events managed group will have their’s in the first week of September 7th at Freedom City.