UGANDA: A Pass, Grenade and Fik Fameica feature on BBC Radio 1Xtra with DJ Edu.

by Gloria 

Ugandan musicians, A Pass, Fik Fameica and Grenade are currently in London making money moves.

The artists who traveled last week for a show are fishing for publicity for their music in the diaspora and in doing so, they visited BBC Radio 1Xtra on Sunday and had a chat with DJ Edu alias Afro Boss.

In the three-hour conversation, the stars were able to talk about their music, the latest projects, the importance of collaborations across Africa and they both drop a freestyle over Stylo G's 'Dumpling'!

“Yesterday was a good vibe @bbc1xtra with my Sebo @iamdjedu. It's always a pleasure to be in the same room with people who push our culture to the world stage.” A Pass expressed his gratitude.

Download FREE MP3 - FIK FAMEICA  

Other Ugandan artistes that have featured on the show before include Eddy Kenzo and Sheebah who visited the studios a couple of weeks back.

BBC Radio 1Xtra (also known simply as 1Xtra) is a digital urban contemporary and Black music radio station in the United Kingdom that is owned and operated by the BBC. Launched at 6 PM on 16 August 2002, it had been code named Network X during the consultation period and is the sister station to BBC Radio 1.

Download FREE MP3 - Grenade

BBC Radio 1Xtra's music includes largely British, North American, Caribbean and African hip hop, grime, bassline, UK Garage, dubstep, drum and bass, UK funky, house, dancehall, soca, reggae, gospel music, bhangra, soul, and R&B.

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