King Saha announced new dates for his concert dubbed Ebiseera Ebyo.
The concert is named after his new song which was produced by D’Mario. “This song reminds us of how far most of us have come…,” Saha captioned the video of the song uploaded on YouTube on August 11. The song’s audio came out three months ago.
King Saha was meant to hold a concert dubbed Zakayo Live Concert on February 14 but it was shelved after he fell sick.
The Zakayo hitmaker, real name Mansour Ssemanda, was announced sick during the festive season and he spent some days at Nakasero Hospital.
King Saha is one of the most sought-after artistes and at the time of scheduling the concert the Zakayo song was a hit. At one point, people thought he would fill the gap left behind by the late Moses Nakintije Ssekibogo, aka Mozey Radio, of the Goodlyfe Crew because of sharing a similar voice.
His other hit songs include Biri Biri, Gundeeze, Sssala Puleesa, Sivaawo, On My Way, Hullo Hullo’, Teddy Tereza and Bantu Baffe.
King Saha, who sings in diversified music genres, including Zouk, RnB, Reggae, Afrobeat and Bossanova, was born in 1989 and hails from Rakai district.
His music career started taking shape after joining a Makindye-based music group named Born Fire in 2011, but it was when his first hit single titled Mulirwana was released in 2014 that he made his mark in the industry.
The success of the song saw him organise a well-attended concert under the same name held at Freedom City in Kampala.
Saha would be managed by Sam Mukasa, who was also Chameleone’s manager at the time, and, working with legendary music producer Paddy Man, they released songs like Sikyakusobola and Lwaki Tondiko.
Mukasa and Saha later left Leone to team up with Jeff Kiwanuka, who runs Team No Sleep.
After his 2014 successful concert, Saha released Gundeze and held another show under the same name in 2015 at Freedom City. It was a success.
King Saha is yet to announce the venue for his concert.