Today, apart from Fresh Kid, John Blaq is one of the biggest stars in Uganda’s entertainment spheres for his music which has taken control of the music industry and made him one of the most desired artistes.

With songs like Do Dat, Obubadi, Makanika, Tukwatagane, Sweet Love, among others, John Kasadha a.k.a John Blaq is a regular on most local playlists and concerts around Uganda.

John Blaq in London

It is for the above reason that Ugandans in the diaspora urged to have him perform in the United Kingdom, something which initially seemed impossible after the singer was denied a visa.

His management however did whatever was possible and he was granted a visa making him able to travel for the show that was slated for Sunday at the Royal Regency in London.

The singer hit the stage amidst loud cheers from revelers but by the time he left, they might just have been cut into half. Some of them were totally displeased with his performance.

It is not the first time that John Blaq’s performance is being criticized after the infamous performance at Comedy Store in 2018. Just like then, his voice became a major fail for the revelers in London who noted that he kept flatting hence throwing an anti-climaxed performance.

Several social media critics have noted that despite having good music, John Blaq is boring when he steps on stage and he flats often. It is the one aspect of his art that he needs to work on.

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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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