KAMPALA – Legendary singer Jose Chameleone will be dropping his album dubbed “I Am Joseph” next month as Uganda celebrates her 59th Independence Day.
The album in anticipation that is on most Ugandans’ lips is the “I Am Joseph” album which Chameleone has been working on in the past months.
The Baliwa singer earlier revealed that the forthcoming album will be an elaboration of how he has stood the test of time and his successful career that has lasted over two decades.
“I am Joseph” was recorded at Route Entertainment studios in Bunga and it is anticipated to ‘break barriers and bring people together’ according to the singer.
The production of the album has had some renowned people like Comedian Hannington Bugingo who has been part of the production team and his hidden talents shall also be embedded in the album.
While performing at the UG Connect Concert, the singer talked about the upcoming album saying his album is not only a fusion of culture but a combination of what he termed as priceless music.
“Music is an invisible force that can bring people together and claim the unclaimed and define the outcasts of a culture. Am creating priceless music on my upcoming album I Am Joseph,” he said.
On his social media, he has been using the hashtag #IAmJosephIndependenceDay and Uganda celebrates her independence on 9th October.
The former Kampala Lord Mayor aspirant has been recently receiving backlash from social media after he made a request under his Uganda Superstars Musicians to Operation Wealth Creation boss Gen Salim Saleh Association to give them Shs9.4 billion as stimulus package for the COVID-19 effects on the music industry.
In a document that was been seen by this website, the artistes that were led by the association president Jose Chameleone told the Operation Wealth Creation (OWC) Chief that they need the stimulus to cover up for their individual losses registered as a result of the closure of music business due to Covid-19.
“It is our request that this issue is addressed with urgent concern to save the Uganda Music Industry for our members are crucial stakeholders,” said Chameleone, the president of the new association which so far has 26 members.