Winner Breakthrough Of August – September , Acidic Vokoz

Acidic Vokoz is a singer/ Song writer under Mama Baba ENT. He started his music carrier in 2018 He sings RnB/Soul music and Zouk

Winner Must Watch Talent Of August – September , Amos Lovinz

Amos Lovinz is a Ugandan singer and song writer signed under Bulamu Mutuba Events (BME) He was born Ssemakula Musa on 1st January 1995. He has written a couple of songs before starting off his own muscial career. He has written songs for artists like; Hajji Haruna Mubiru, Princess Amiirah, Maureen

Winner Personality Of August – September , David Lutalo

David Lutalo (born 8 March 1986), is a Ugandan musician, artist and performer from East Africa, who rose to fame ten years back with his hit Kapapaala in 2008, released under his own Record Label “Da Hares”. He started recording music in 2008 and has several solo songs to his name as well as several collaborations with Eddy KenzoBebe Cool and Goodlyfe CrewSolid Star.[1]

Lutalo is known by Uganda‘s music audiences for his distinct, high toned, sharp voice which has made him a favorite among rural and urban Ugandans. He has been rated in some circles as the unofficial Ugandan musician of the year in 2014.[2][3] In 2013, Lutalo joined hands with Mowzey Radio and Weasle of Goodlyfe Crew and they produced Hellena song.[4] In 2014,he collaborated with a young musician Maro, Mubbi bubi.[5][6] David Lutalo release song “Kabisi Ka Ndagala” video.[7][8][9] In January 2016, he won the Best Male Artist and the Artist of the Year awards at the HiPipo Music Awards ceremony.[10]

Early life and education background

David Lutalo, was born to Luggya Robinson (father) and Mastula Nassazi (mother) in Luweero district and is well known for his ability to sing fluently in Luganda language, Swahili language and some bit English Language. He attended quite a number of schools like Kikunyu Primary school, Balitta Lwogi Primary School where he attained his Primary Leaving Examination (PLE), then he joined Kasana Town Academy Luwero for his high school studies, where he attained his Uganda Certificate of Education (UCE), and after David went to Busisa Grammar for his A-Level education which ended halfway and he left school without completing his A-level.


  • Kapaapala
  • Gyetugenda
  • Yamba
  • Magumba
  • Manya
  • I love you
  • Pretty
  • So Nice
  • Kwasa
  • Eat zote
  • Mile
  • Akantu
  • Nakusiima
  • Onsanula
  • Tugende
  • Ensi
  • Silivia
  • Awo
  • Tokutula
  • Am in Love
  • Kabisi Ka Ndagala
  • Mboona
  • Yankutudde