Ugandan diva Rema Namakula describes South African legend Yvonne Chaka Chaka as an old version of herself.
The two musicians shared a stage at Serena hotel on Friday in a charity concert organised by Shule Foundation aimed at raising funds to build a school for former street kids.
Despite the power blackout, Chaka Chaka alongside Rema wowed the crowd with a memorable performance.
“When you meet the older version of you. 😘 😘 😘. I love this queen,” Rema shared pictures of herself and Chaka Chaka on social media.
She added: “Those close to me totally understand what this moment meant to me 😍 😍 One of those nights I will always live to cherish…Performing with my icon @Yvonne Chaka Chaka 😘 😍 🎤 🎤 Destined for greatness…somebody say Ameennnnnnnn.”
The two even recorded a video of themselves professing their attachment.
Rema is known for breath-taking songs like “Oliwange”, “Muchuzi” “Lean on Me”, among others that Ugandan revellers by the storm.