Pulse News: "MUNGO HI FI" Music Group to Perform Live in Uganda

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East African Records (EAR) is gearing up to host “MUNGO’S HI FI TOUR” for a reggae dancehall  concert in Uganda.

The UK reggae collective Mungo Hi Fi’s tour is set to feature their new star female artiste, Eva Lazarus, alongside Ugandan artists including the “Eno mic ya zigidi” crooner , on November 9th at The Square, and latter in Jinja on November 10th at Pit Stop (formerly Laftaz) at a fee of 3k and 15k respectively.

The East African Records will also be rolling out new music with Ugandan, East African and UK artists during the tour as artistes come together to collaborate in studio and shoot videos for new releases.

MUNGO’S HI FI Featuring EVA LAZARUS 

The two upcoming concerts are anticipated to bring together reggae and dancehall artists from Uganda together with international stars from the UK-based collective Mungo’s Hi Fi, with their main act Eva Lazarus as the headliner. Uganda reggae legend Ziggy Dee is expected to perform a new song he is producing with the UK unit, and other Ugandan reggae artistes like Blessed San have already been signed on to perform, as well as Nazizi from East Africa’s top reggae group,Necessary Noize to mash up revelers.

Who is EVA LAZARUS?
Eva Lazarus is a winner of the 2017 Best Female Vocalist/MC at We Love Jungle Awards, Eva’s powerful voice and musical flavours span across genres from Reggae to Hip Hop, DnB to
Jungle and beyond. 2017 saw the collaborative release with Mungo’s Hi Fi Amsterdam EP, which was listed on BBC 6Music and features in David Rodigan’s Scorchers of 2017 list.

A string of releases from Eva over the past year has included singles with Nextmen, Gardna X Kreed, Gentleman’s Dub Club, Xoa and a track that featured in Giles Peterson’s list of
2017’s Best Records, Zed Bias ft. Eva Lazarus Restless.

Eva & her Mungo’s Hi Fi crew are primed for a great time in Uganda, packing a stage show jammed full props and confetti canons, and are ready to nice up the dance!

Watch one of her live performances here;