Telecom giant, MTN and leading events and entertainment company, Talent Africa Group, have flown in renowned Jamaican reggae sensation Jamar McNaughton, better known as Chronixx to perform at a grand celebration of the first anniversary its youth segment, MTN Pulse. MTN Pulse is a dedicated youth segment that targets the youth by providing subsidized calling rates, data bundles among other benefits.
Dubbed the Pulse Jam Fest, it’s the newest music festival and the first edition bringing a refreshing experience to the Kampala all day type of events. The line up and activities are tailored to offer not just youth but revellers of all ages a memorable reggae and dancehall festival, all happening tomorrow Saturday 29th June 2019 at the Sheraton Gardens. Gates will open at Midday.
The concert, organized by MTN Uganda and Talent Africa, will see the 26-year-old singer treat reggae lovers to his major hit songs like Here Comes Trouble, Skankin’ Sweet, Smile Jamaica, Black is beautiful, Ghetto Paradise, Access Granted, Behind Curtain and Big Bad Sound among others.
Speaking at a press conference ahead of the show tomorrow, the Jamaican singer who is in Uganda for the second time said that;
“Uganda is a lovely country with warm people. I am happy to be back here. All the reggae lovers should expect nothing less than a great performance from my team and I.”
Ms. Hellen Kirungi, the MTN Youth Segment Manager says “As a brand that is dedicated to the youth, MTN Uganda is happy to give back to them as we mark one year of MTN Pulse. Youth are passionate about music and it is a major driver for our youth segment MTN pulse.”
On his part, Talent Africa’s CEO, Aly Alibhai noted that “we are looking forward to having Chronixx perform at the first edition of the Pulse Jam Festival. it’s going to be a great new event on the Ugandan social calendar”
The Pulse Jam Festival is powered by MTN Uganda, Talent Africa Group, NBS Television, Pepsi Uganda, Sheraton Kampala Hotel and Bell Lager.