Leone Island singing doctor Jose Chameleone has expressed proud satisfaction at the event of his eldest son, Abba Marcus Mayanja’s birthday.
Abba on September 14 turned 14 years and his father was overcame with emotion that he crafted poetry about it.
“Having a Son is a great feeling,
Having a friend is a greater one,
Having ABBA is the greatest one.
Happy 13th birthday my Boy!!!
– All life needs need is:
Faith in God, Bravery and Wisdom the rest is “Vanity”
Love you Abba Marcus Mayanja stay firm and strong.
Make good friends, They will encourage, support and diversify you.
Never expect lucky wishes from those that envy you – Always value the ones that care and wish you well,” Chameleone wrote.
In September 2014, Abba then aged 10 released his first single hit titled “Game Over”.
The song gained massive air play in different parts of the country. After three months, he was nominated in the Hipipo Music Awards.
In May this year, Marcus scooped four gold medals and a trophy for being the Best Male Swimmer at the Midlands Inter-School Swimming Gala.
In February 2017, Abba’s Doplhins Swimming Club won championship at the Kenya National Age groups and Relays Championships.
In November 2016, Abba scooped a gold medal at the 2nd edition of Cana Zone 3 Swimming Championship in Kigali, Rwanda.
In December 2014, Abba aka T-Rex brought down the house at Freedom City Mall during a concert he held for fellow kids.
Abba who started singing in the same year, released his debut Hip-Hop solo “Game Over”.
Chameleone starts US tour
Meanwhile, Abba’s father Chameleone is currently on a US music tour.
According to the programme, on 21st – September, he will be in Dallas – Texas; 22nd – September – Portland – Maine; 28th – September- San Francisco; 29th – September- Phoenix – Arizona; 4th – October-Washington DC and 6th – October-Boston – Massachusetts.
In November, Chameleone will embark on a tour of Europe whose details he has not yet released.
He will return to Uganda in December and kick off with a concert on 7th December 2018 at Lugogo Cricket Oval dubbed: “Legend Saba Saba”.