Partiers, mostly fine women, flocked Jahazi Pier in Munyonyo last evening for the Reggae Ragga Nyam Nyam Roast and Rhyme festival.

And several performers lit up thousands of people in the crowd as the party hit fever pitch.

This was the 12th Edition of the Reggae Ragga Nyam Nyam Roast and Rhyme event organized by Swangz Avenue. By midday, revelers had already started flowing into the gates at the venue.

Since it was a sunny Sunday, not much of the skin was covered for most as the ladies flashed their thighs and for the gents, their chests. If you weren’t there for the music, your eyes had some candy to feed on.

Hideout’s security man Aron deciding on who to pick

On the list of performers was Azawi, A Pass, John Blaq, and Qwela Band. Emperor Orlando made a surprise performance and crowds went wild as he stepped on stage with his ‘Silikawo Baby’ song.

A Pass kept the crowd on their feet with his performance which was characterized with some raunchy dances by his queen dancer Ritah the Dancer.

Azawi, the new entrant into Swangz Avenue, left revelers impressed with her performance. She was performing for the very first time in-front of such a huge crowd since being signed as a professional artiste and she had everything in control.

The event

went on with more performances from the self-styled African Boy John Blaq and other performers till late.

Basubuzi clan upon arrival.. no man goes back with the wallet looking good



Baby after the meat i guess you know whats up


Gundi! hurry i only bought two pieces


Hang on we will get them from the other end

Am dying of pee but i am not sure someone is seeing me

Not again am not missing out on today


The party is never lit without them, the Sikyo Girls of Kampala





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