Keya Nemesis (Recording Artist) and That Malcolm Guy (Film Maker, Recording Artist) sat down to split a bottle of Uganda Waragi with juice and have a conversation that went all over the place. They covered getting radio play in Uganda, what freedom means as an African, film making, wigs, birth rates and a lot more. Additional voices from Alim Karmali behind the camera, and Benjamin Wana on sound.In order of how you hear them, the first voice is Alim talking about ideas being stolen, Malcolm answers, Nemesis responds, Wana joins in down the line
Introducing thBrainstorm Radio Show, Hosted by Wana.
For the first episode of theBRS, That Malcolm Guy and Alim came through and had a chat about the evolution of music consumption. They also take over the music mix with a well rounded playlist!
For the full episode with the music, head over...
In this episode of theBrainstorm we sat down with HimKim, That Malcolm Guy and Benjamin Wana to talk about musical beginnings, why its sometimes important to keep your best ideas to yourself, and HimKim and Wana's early days in Kibuli. Near the end, HimKim gave us a little freestyle to let us...
In the second part of theBrainstorm with Benjamin Wana, iZAYA the composer and That Malcolm Guy, we spoke about what its like to start out as a performer, whether the right drink can help, and the nature of history repeating itself.