Over the weekend, Swangz Avenue brought down the house with yet another unforgettable concert. The star of the show? None other than their beloved artiste of the moment, Azawi. The Kampala Serena played host to this incredible event, leaving no doubt that Swangz Avenue is the leading entertainment powerhouse in the region.
The artist has successfully held her second concert in two years, which was mainly a celebration of her latest album, Sankofa- her second album in three years.
Azawi’s journey to becoming a successful artist has been far from ordinary. From her collaboration with Guinness to her debut performance of Quinamino at Roast and Rhyme backed by the Janzi Band she has made a grand entrance into the music scene. Her cover of Konshen’s verse also went viral, making her stand out from other rising artists.
On stage, dressed in an Ankara kimono, a matching top, and shorts all designed by Ras Kasozi, she towered over the audience as Kika Troupe played “Champion FrUgandans have long been associated with Ankara and Kentes, so it was no surprise that they were the dress code of the day for the post-Lo-Fit Azawi.com Africa”.
Ugandans have long been associated with Ankara and Kentes, so it was no surprise that they were the dress code of the day for Azawi.
Azawi recently collaborated with rapper Keko, which turned out to be an unforgettable experience. Joselyn Tracey, who is also known as Keko, had been living in Canada for a while before returning to Uganda a few weeks ago. The two artists worked together on Keko’s song “This is How We Do It”, where Azawi sang the late Radio’s verse.
Azawi’s electrifying performance that night was unforgettable! From summer bae to Tuli Bwelu, 10 Over 10, married men, African champions, and more, Azawi’s songs took us on a journey of emotions. Her hilarious jokes in between the songs kept the audience laughing and engaged throughout the night. Azawi’s performance was a true masterpiece, one that will be remembered for a long time to come.