Saturday 17th March 2018 was a day to celebrate musicians, artistes and producers at the 6th HiPipo music awards at Serena Hotel. Although the event delayed and officially started past 9pm despite the communication that the show was to start at 7 pm on arrival of guests and fans from different music camps.
Hipipo Music awards once again proved to be the biggest entertainment awards both in Uganda and East Africa when almost all Ugandan Music stars attended and witnessed the hard workers being awarded their accolades. Among these included Joanita Kawalya, Top rapper Navio Kigozi who was awarded Decade Video Vanguard Award and also perfomed his Njogereza hit song, Fic Fameica, Levixone, Diana Nalubega, Swahaba Kasumba, Exodus, Evelyn Lagu, Mary Bata, Roden Y Kabako, Kenneth Mugabi, Bruno K among others.
During the show, awkward and beautiful moments happened which left the fans smiling and making noise.
- Moze Radio’s best song writer.
Indeed, stars never die, yesterday Moze Radio won more awards than many artistes who were nominated at the 6th Hipipo music awards. And Moze Winning Song writer was such a memorable and loving moment which forced everyone at Serena Hotel to celebrate. His award was received by his former manager Chagga in absence of Weasle Manizo.
Radio and Weasle later won other awards like Best Music group and Song of Year (Gutamiza) ft B2CSoldiers.
- Mary Bata’s goodies
The show got even more exciting when singer Mary Bata showed the cameras and revelers all her bare big “goodies” while on stage. After receiving the award for best band song, Mary Bata opened everything to the audience.
- Kabako’s energetic performance.
Without Roden Y’s performance, the 6th Hipipo music awards wouldn’t be remembered by many people who attended. Dressed in a funny white and red suit, Roden Y moved the whole building performing his two hit songs Sitaani Tonkema and Number emu which left everyone wondering, what wrong with the TNS machine
Among others is Basudde’s award stolen and given to Ssebatta on live stage, Diana Nalubega’s Failure to perform Radio’s songs, Sheebah winning Artist of the Year, Kenneth Mugabi’s memorable performance.