As she draws near to the fifth concert of her successful 12 year music career, Maureen Nantume reveals that it is important for an artiste to do a concert for every big song.

Nantume’s Ndimuzadde concert is slated to happen on 8th March (Women’s Day) at Club Obligato and she has been doing rehearsals to prepare herself for the D-Day.

Ndimuzadde is her song which talks about parenthood and the fruits she has reaped being a parent herself. It is just one of her biggest songs in the last many years that she has been doing music actively.

Despite having a huge fan base that cuts across all classes of people, Nantume believes that it is important for her to hold a concert basing on the hit songs which she possesses.

Maureen Nantume and Carol Nantongo

It has become a norm for many Ugandan artistes, over the years, to hold concerts named after their hit songs and Nantume explained why it happens like that.

The Golden Band musician while in an interview with MC Ibra had this to say;

I consider the number of songs I have and their dominance on the airwaves before I hold a concert. The audience usually demands for these concerts. Every (hit) song for which I have not done a concert has always quickly fell off the charts and died out.

Maureen Nantume

She however declines having a concert every single year and she rather opts for a space of one year between each of her concerts.

For the Ndimuzadde concert however, Nantume’s fans have had to wait for two complete years and they must be yearning to fill up Club Obligato in eleven days.

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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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