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    2016inReview: The Top 16 Ugandan Music Artistes of 2016

    2016inReview: The Top 16 Ugandan Music Artistes of 2016

    By Staff Writer

    Who made it to this list? These are not the Campus Eye awards but the names on this list were voted by the Ugandan campus students. And without doubt these are the Ugandan music artistes that made it to the Top 16 of 2016. For the first time in history, a lady leads this list, and everyone agreed in unison.

    1. Queen Sheebah

    2. Bebe Cool

    3. David Lutalo

    4. Aziz Azion

    5. Bobi Wine

    6. Jose Chameleone

    7. King Saha

    8. Ziza Bafana

    9. Irene Ntale

    10. Winnie Nwagi

    11. Ykee Bendah

    12. Goodlyfe

    13. Ceasarous

    12. Victor Kamenyo

    13. Naira Ali

    14. Eddy Kenzo

    15. Rema

    16. Maddox Ssematimba

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