We’ll start this off with these questions; Which songs would you place on the list of your top 25 favorite songs so far this year? Which are those artistes that have stood out so far? Is the industry as vibrant as you had anticipated?

Well, as you answer those, four music critics; Bushingtone, Nalebo Jonathan, Isaac ‘Kasuku‘ Katende, and James Propa joined Douglas Lwanga and MC Kats on NBS After 5 on Thursday evening to discuss which songs have stood out thus far.

Jonathan Nalebo, James Propa, DJ Roja, MC Kats, DVJ Mercy, Douglas Lwanga, and Buchington on NBS After 5 on Thursday

The countdown saw a few songs pass uncontested. Others however raised a few eyebrows with people imagining how they made it on the list. We caught the discussion and below is the list of the top 25 songs that was agreed upon:

  1. ‘Bango’ – Rickman feat. DT Timo
  2. Gutujja – B2C Entertainment feat. Rema Namakula
  3. Obubadi – John Blaq
  4. Nkuloga – Grenade Official
  5. Silwana – Carol Nantongo feat. Sheebah Karungi
  6. Singa – Ykee Benda
  7. Hullo Hullo – King Saha
  8. Anayinama – Nina Roz
  9. Fati Fati – Mun G
  10. Mapozi – Vinka
  11. Guma Bakunyige (remix) – Recho Rey feat. Mun G
  12. Makanika – John Blaq
  13. Yaka – Karole Kasita
  14. Bambi – Fresh Kid
  15. Bajikona – Spice Diana
  16. Yitayo – Chozen Blood feat. Winnie Nwagi
  17. Easy – Bebe Cool
  18. Nakato – Daxx Kartel
  19. Koona (Oluyimba Lw’Omwaka) – Vinka
  20. Hana (remix) – Pallaso feat. Jose Chameleone
  21. Giddem – Beenie Gunter
  22. More Of This – Slick Stuart and Roja feat. Rema Namakula
  23. Ekyakuzala Kyekilikuta – Gravity Omutujju
  24. Love Yo – Feffe Bussi
  25. Hajat wa Hajji – Vivian Tendo

Which of the songs listed above would you remove and which songs would you replace them with?

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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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