Jamaican Singer Macka Diamond in Tawoo

Jamaican singer of the Dye Dye fame is in the country.

Macka Diamond poses for a photo with Suudiman
Macka Diamond poses for a photo with Suudiman

Macka Diamond arrived at Entebbe International Airport today morning and he was received the American based Ugandan Promoter Suudi Lukwago well known as Suudiman.

“Yes she is here and she is having some real Ugandan breakfast at the moment in Entebbe. We will be having a convoy drive straight to Silver Springs Hotel Bugolobi where she will hold a press conference at 3pm today,” Suudiman confirmed to Red Pepper online.

Macka Diamond is set to set a thrilling show at the Kabalagala based Club Venom on Friday at a party dubbed Red Lovers Party.

Who is Macka Diamond?

Macka Diamond, also known as Charmaine Munroe, Lady Cham, Lady Mackerel, and the Money Goddess, is a Jamaican singer.

She was born in Kingston and raised in Portmore.

She was influenced by female artists such as Mama Nancy, Lady Ann, Lady Junie and Lady G, who was big at that time. With Junie’s help, she could get the chance to record ‘Don Girl’.

After a string of singles, including collaborations with Captain Barkey and Wickerman, she changed her name to Macka Diamond with her 2003 single ‘Tek Con’, a protest record to Vybz Kartel’s chauvinistic track ‘Tek Buddy’.

She released a new album “Don’t Disturb Mi on February 7, 2012, under Money Ooh Productions

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