Legendary artiste Jose Chameleone has revealed his plans for the rest of 2018. The Leone Island Music Empire CEO is compiling a full reggae album with over 10 tracks for the reggae lovers. The album will also have a couple of gospel songs.

While on an interview with press at the Roast and Rhyme festival on Sunday, Jose Chameleone revealed so much about his plans for the rest of the year. The singer is planning on releasing a fully compiled reggae album before the year ends. Having already dominated the music charts with two good songs, Champion and Mateeka, Chameleone is setting his sights at the most beautiful closure of a year that has been quite favorable for his career in relation to the last few years.

The reggae album that is still a work in progress is expected to have over 10 songs and Chameleone also pointed out that at least three of the songs on this new reggae album will be gospel songs to thank the Lord for having blessed him all this long. The other songs will be secular music and who would not want to listen to a Chameleone reggae song?

Jose Chameleone is one of the few Ugandan artistes who have ever benefited heftily from compiled albums after selling several in his early music career. Most notably, many of Chameleone’s albums were bought by the late Kasiwukira for over UGX 30m each, something which added so much value to the singer’s career.

Chameleone has not been compiling albums for some good years and this will surely excite his fans who longed to listen to a new fully compiled album by their favorite artiste. The mere fact that it will be a reggae album sends chills down the spine, doesn’t it?

We shall keep you posted on any developments as regards this story.

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Josh Ruby is an Editor with high interest and knowledge in the Ugandan entertainment space, an industry he has been actively part of since 2010. Leads to breaking stories are welcome!

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