Pulse WCW: Meet Barely 20 Years CEO Of A Beauty Store, Naffer Khan

This generation has a plethora of information and opportunities at its disposal compared to previous ones and, Naffer Khan a CEO of a beauty store at barely 20 years of age is proof of that. A chocolate addict that loves life and music, the air Naffer breathes reeks of positive vibes, and she is such a joy to be around.

“Rule number one: never be number two.” Is the credo by which the young Hijabi lives, and this helps her choose her posse wisely.

Miss Khan understands the efficacy of care and she never ignores the effort of a person trying to keep in touch. It’s not all the time that someone cares, you know!

And as this era comes with lots of information and infinite opportunities, it’s youths are also prone to challenges like depression. To the pulser out there, you can learn from Miss Khan’s advice to never succumb to depression. Fight on till you beat it. Keep friends who are willing to listen to your problems and wipe your tears as well as offer you advise. Life is too short, and as they say, You Only Live Once.

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Pulse WCW: Meet Miss Estah And Her Inspiring International Modeling Career

“Stop! Never second-guess yourself”, is by far the deepest quote I’ve read this week, and guess who it comes from: Miss Estah. With a quick check on her Instagram profile, you can’t see much in terms of a bio, save for a link to her YouTube channel, but it is after you subscribe to the petite beauty’s Instagram updates that you get to know what she is made of.

A poet who doesn’t toss the word around as one, Estah gets you captivated with her captions, and very deep photography concepts. Her physique also aids her to look great in about any cloth there is. There’s always that great finesse about Afro-Asian ladies and the “Ugandan At Heart” international model effortlessly exudes it every single time. Miss Estah is half Ugandan and half Asian

Estah travels as far as Kazakhstan and Russia to model, but she doesn’t stop at getting modeling and influencing gigs only. She also hosts events.

With her chiseled face, and ‘very outgoing’ cheekbones like she endearingly calls them; Miss Estah doesn’t look for the perfect lighting to get a perfect selfie – it looks for her! Anyone would appreciate to be a star in her constellation.

The well-published and traveled model is inspiration to the young pulsers out there, that school is still very important even while following your dreams talent-wise. She managed to graduate with a Bachelors Degree in Diplomacy from China Foreign Affairs University regardless of her very tight schedule.

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Pulse Rewind: Buzz Teeniez Awards Resurface With Signature Elation From Teens

In my high school days, Buzz Magazine was the main means of entertainment for us, and the Buzz ambassador always chewed all the props for being the plug who brought new issues of the magazine. The Buzz Leavers’ Rock was that prom we looked forward to because it had less rules than the school version, and the Buzz Teeniez Awards were our own version of BET. See, any artist who won a Buzz accolade was automatically our new hero.

Saturday 7th December saw 2019’s edition of the Buzz Teeniez Awards happen at the MTN Warehouse amidst the youthful exuberance, and boujee fashion by the teens in attendance was unwavering and heartwarming; just like it has always been at all the previous episodes over the years.


Good music from the best deejays in town, and ecstatic vibes from the best hype-men around, set the pace for great performances and award acceptances.

This year’s Buzz Awards blessed new entrants in the music industry with the recognition they deserve, with John Blaq and Daddy Andre all scooping accolades. Big Tril also got one for his hit single “Parte after parte” as song of the year, and his mentor GNL Zamba, who is currently based in the US, was in attendance for the teens‘ pleasure.


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Top 10 Ugandan Songs on Tidal This Week

If there’s one fact about Ugandans, it is that they love good music, regardless of what genre it is, and where it comes from. Many songs from other East African countries, South and West Africa, Hollywood and other parts of the world have been riddled all over Tidal’s Top 100 Songs in Uganda playlist, but with this write-up, I bring to you the Top 10 Ugandan songs on that very list this week:

Wire Wire – Bebe Cool
After roughly four months of rising steadily through the chart after its release, Bebe Cool’s hit single “Wire Wire” is finally the number one Ugandan song on Tidal. Big Size rekindled memories of the style Ugandans once adored him for, and he got worthily rewarded for it.

Boom party – Cindy Sanyu
Cinderella Sanyu is one Ugandan musician whose music is simply timeless. One Cindy song will play continuously in all Kampala hangouts for years, without party people getting fed up of it, and that’s why she christened herself “King Cindy”. With “Boom Party”, Uganda’s dancehall legend blessed us with yet another club banger and it is still blazing as new, 4 months later.

Maama Bulamu – John Blaq
John Blaq was criticized a lot by self-professed critics for his unique vocals and musical execution, ever since he released his breakthrough hit “Tukwatagane”. Many argued that his success would be short-lived, but the newest export from Busoga has made them choke on their negative energy with hit after hit. Maama Bulamu is a piece which shows lyrical maturity, and proves that Mr. Kasadha will keep soaring higher.

Parte after parte – Big Tril
An idea sampled from Pastor Sempa’s infamous interview with NBS TV’s Simon Kaggwa Njala, “Parte after parte” quickly became a hit in both up and downtown Uganda due to a combination of its local and catchy chorus, and bougie English verses. Its success though, wouldn’t stop at that, and Big Tril’s single became an anthem, topping charts in Kenya and Nigeria, and getting vibed to by African stars like Don Jazzy, Wiz Kid, Olamide, YCee, Davido and many more.

Sikikukweka – Daddy Andre
According to those that know him, Daddy Andre is probably a much better singer than he even is a producer(and he has produced many hit songs in the recent past). The “You and Me” singer dropped “Sikikukweka” to show that he is now serious about the singing bit of music, just like he is with production. The song oozes with musical appeal.

Sunday – DJ Slick Stuart, DJ Roja, Allan Toniks
The Slick Stuart & Roja duo are arguably what we have closest to what we can call our version of DJ Khaled. They have made hits with various singers like King Saha, Rema Namakula and Beenie Gunter and “Sunday” was more of a homecoming for Allan Toniks, who was trying to revive his hibernated career.

Sweet Sensation – Sheebah Karungi, Orezi
Collabos between Ugandans and West African stars rarely yield any returns to be happy about, but this piece between Queen Sheebah and Nigeria’s Orezi has proved otherwise. It is a hit!

Omusheshe – Spice Diana, Ray G
Spice Diana’s management is by far the most strategic after Sheebah’s in the Ugandan music industry. From being busy with multiple shows all over the week to being on replay in all local hangouts, Spice Diana’s place in the industry is secured. One of the many sharp moves by her management, was to do a collabo with little-known(in Kampala) Western Uganda sensation, Ray G, which has made her a household name in more parts of the country than ever before.

Tunyumirwe – Rickaman Manrick
From “Naki Naki” to “Bango” and now “Tunyumirwe”, Sweden-based Ugandan dancehall star Rickman has mastered the art of releasing club anthems.

Ebintu byo – Ykee Benda, John Blaq

John Blaq has always enjoyed high places on these lists, and this entry too is more of an obvious expectation than it is a shocker.

PICTORIAL: WizKid Leaves Ugandans At Kololo Airstrip Craving For More Afro Beats

When he missed his flight on Wednesday and consequently couldn’t make it for his meet-and-greet, many concluded that WizKid was going to do again what he did in 2017: missing a show people had paid handsomely for. However, the Nigerian Afro Beats star touched down Entebbe airport a few hours before his show, and even though naysayers had speculated the concert to be a flop, Kololo Airstrip was filled to the brim and party people enjoyed some great Naija vibes. These are some photos from the Dirty December concert that was organised by East Meets West Ug, Kasana Events, Muchachos, Nexus Events and Pepsi Uganda :

Photo Credit : Arthur Musinguzi

Wizkid and Weasel perform a song together

John Blaq performing