Nigerian Singer Skales in K’la for Ciroc Frost & Pineapple Pool Party

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Ciroc Brand Manager Roger Agamba, Skales, event promoter Mz Shans and Skales manger Kollertunz
Ciroc Brand Manager Roger Agamba, Skales, event promoter Mz Shans and Skales manger Kollertunz

Nigerian star singer Skales real name Raoul John Njeng-Njeng is in town for the much anticipated Ciroc Frost and Pineapple Pool Party. Skales, best known for his ‘Booty Language’ hit, jetted into the country on Monday night ahead of his headlining performance at the event on Friday evening 22nd December 2017 at Silver Springs Hotel in Bugolobi. The rapper is expected to ease Kampala’s party people into the Christmas break with the thrilling performance he has promised.

Considering it his first time in Uganda, the Nigerian was super excited to be in Kampala and revealed he is looking forward to working with Ugandan artistes and getting to know them on a personal level at the party. At his press conference on Tuesday afternoon at Silver Springs Hotel, Skales said he can’t wait for the Friday to get on stage at the party that kicks off as early as midday.

The event which has been put together by UK-based events promoter Mz Shan in partnership with Ciroc will give Ugandans a first live taste of Skales, whose other hits include I am for RealShake Body, and My Baby. Mz Shan is a promoter who boasts international exposure, having worked on a number of events in the UK in the recent past. The Friday event gives Kampalans the perfect opportunity to start their Christmas celebration early with a party that will start at noon with various Ugandan artistes performing and go into the late night, sipping on Ciroc cocktails by the pool while being treated to great music all through.

Skales will be joined by a number of local artistes including Cindy Sanyu, Ykee Benda, UK based Angelina and disc spinning duo DJs Sleek Stuart and Roja among others. “The Ciroc Frost and Pineapple Pool Party is about getting everyone to wind down after a long year of hard work, and there isn’t a better way to do that than with a great celebration drink, lots of fun people and fantastic music all by the poolside,” said Roger Agamba, UBL’s Reserve and IPS Manager.

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