Is it the right time or is it too soon? John Kasadha a.k.a John Blaq is lined up to hold his very first music concert dubbed ‘John Blaq Live in Ayabass Concert’ this year.

The singer first made the revelation on Saturday while appearing on NBS TV’s KURT show. He noted that this was the right time for him to invite his fans to a concert because he felt they needed that.

Several music critics have already jumped onto the issue as they discuss if it is indeed perfect timing for John Blaq to have a concert. Some believe it is too soon and he still needs to compile more music so as to have more stage time.

Others argue that his stage performances are still not polished yet and he has to invest more efforts in his live performances because that’s what people desire to see at such concerts.

Another section of critics believes that he does not have enough die-hard fans who will be able to pay the money required to access and fill up the venue at the concert just like it was the case for Fik Fameica in 2018.

Whichever way you would like to look at it, John Blaq is one of the best artistes for the past two years and has released several hit songs to his name. His style is unique and that makes him standout from the pack.

Is it too soon? Probably. But when is it gonna be the perfect time especially if we put it into context of how fast fame and power shifts in this very dynamic music industry?

On another hand, the concert comes in a year where the music industry has not been so active concert-wise if we are to compare with the previous years.

The likes of Bebe Cool, Chameleone, Bobi Wine, Juliana, Radio and Weasel, are not expected to hold concerts this year and perhaps the music fans thirst for that.

Whatever the case, brace yourselves to watch the self-styled African Bway perform at Freedom City on 29th November 2019. He will hold extra shows in Jinja and Mbarara on November 30th and December 1st respectively.

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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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