The music industry has its living legends in the likes of Chamleone, Bebe Cool, Juliana Kanyomozi, Mesach Semakula, etc. MC Kats is the equivalent in the emceeing business.

Edwin Katamba, a.k.a MC Kats, has been in the business for over fifteen years having started out as an MC on a local teens concert before becoming a presenter on WBS Television.

From what we might regard as a humble background, MC Kats has built a brand for himself and he is highly respected in the entertainment industry. Along the way, he has also ventured into artistes’ management.

Now working with NBS TV, the celebrated emcee feels it is the right time to hang the mic and focus on his life in retirement.

During an interview on the NBS UnCut show, MC Kats revealed that he will be calling t quits in the emceeing business in a few years to come. He will hence start a consultancy firm with him at the center of it.

I want to leave After 5 and emceeing but keep with the production team. I want to be a consultant. I will be able to guide young emcees. That is why I am doing different things. I want to retire in a few years.

I have been here for 15 years. I want other people to take charge. Very many young people are talented but there is no space. So I will leave so that they can get an opportunity.

MC Kats

For the several years he has worked in the industry, he deserves an applause for knowing when it’s right to leave. We celebrate his achievements and will inform you when he finally decides to walk the talk.

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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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