What could be going wrong with one of the best record labels in East Africa? Has Swangz Avenue closed up shop at their Muyenga based station and relocated to Northern Uganda?

Last week Uganda’s leading film and audio production house Swangz Avenue released their much anticipated music project with Jamaican superstar Tarrus Riley, a song in which he showcased Uganda’s beauty.

This was after a very successful concert which they held on 31st August at Lugogo Cricket Oval to mark their ten years in the music industry.

All that success could easily be translated into better days ahead of them, but why have they closed their Muyenga based studios? It is also revealed that the team was seen heading to Northern Uganda with heavy trucks filled with Film and recording equipment.

Their Muyenga office has been closed with the notice indicating that they will not be available for the next ten days. For a record label that prominent, ten days out of business is not a usual feat.

To find out more, we approached sources close to Swangz Avenue management and they revealed that the team could be working on another big project with a global music icon.

But even then, why close the office for 10 days? Are they giving themselves a break? We really hope it is as temporary as revealed.

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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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