Sheebah charms Kabale, outs ‘replace me’ video ft Grenade & John Blaq

Sheebah Karungi in Kabale town

Diva Sheebah Karungi treated Kabale revellers to a never-forget kind of charm when she hit the south-western Ugandan town in a revealing outfit.

Donning dark shades, a cream big hat and a black dress with a long slit, Sheebah was an item to look at on Friday, especially as she rocked partiers at Cephas Inn.

“#KABALE Treating Me Right,” she said, sharing a picture of herself in a compound of a resort and showing off her smooth thighs as well as plump boobs.

“Thank You @kansiime256_ For Hosting Me & My Team @kansiimebackpackers Kabale!!! It’s Such A Beautiful Place. You Are Goals Ann🙌🙌🙌 So Inspiring!! More Blessings!!”

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Before heading to Kabale, Sheebah rocked Makerere University campusers at club Amnesia in Kampala, leaving them with open mouths as they cheered, boozed and danced Thursday night away.

“Replace me” video out

Meanwhile on Friday, Sheebah released the video for her latest club banger titled “Replace Me” in which she features Grenade and John Blaq.

The dancehall love tune was produced by Eno Beats in which the Team No Sleep (TNS) songstress and the loverboys swear never to replace one another.

Sheebah “Baby never replace me never replace me nawe…x2

Gyogenda gyegenda, me no pretender

Mwana Gwe, Gyogenda gyegenda…”

Replace Me video shots

John Blaq “Nze ndi original bwekuba kugula love gula original (Beibeh) in his deep voice.

Gaba original wekuba kugaba love gaba original (Yeh Yeahhh)…”

Sheebah earlier sent fans into a stupor with just a 35-second teaser clip before releasing the main video.

John Blaq

After one listens to “Tukwatagane” and “Obubadi”, it is clear that the deep-voiced singer is a fast rising star.

John blaq is a Ugandan hip hop and afrobeat artist. He was born in 1996 in Jinja Uganda. He grew up with his aunt in a Kampala suburb known as Bweyogerere.

His passion for music started in the early 2000s when he was still in secondary school where he often participated in a load of hip hop battles and never losing any of them and this inspired him and his friends to pursue music further.

During his childhood years John blaq experienced a lot of things many people in general couldn’t even imagine when he was still staying with his aunt and none of them deterred him from going after his dreams and they are always used as a source of inspiration in his music career.

He recorded his first song “More Fire” at buddies by a top producer Andy Music. He has a passion and a dream to change the world and the people around him through his music.

He is known for songs like Program, Replace me [ft Sheebah and Grenade], Obubadi, Kyoyoya, Tukwatagane, Romantic and Sweet Love [ft Vinka].

He is quoted promising to write a song for Swangz Avenue’s darling Winnie Nwagi.


He says the “Mataala” singer “gave him confidence when she told him that he had a great talent with a unique voice which the music industry lacked”.

The singer also fancies collaborations with diva Rema Namakula known for several hitsongs like Touch My Body, Silimuyembe, Oli Wange, Yo Sweet, Kukaliba, among others.

“I want Rema to touch my body,” the ‘Aya basi” sensation told a local television station.



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