Gagamel Crew big boss Moses Ssali aka Bebe Cool has so far recorded two collabos with artists from West Africa and East Africa.
He made the revelation Thursday while addressing press at Torino bar in Kololo, Kampala.
“I’m doing songs with artistes like Peter Okoye and Yemi Alade. We will shoot the videos in January next year ,” Bebe Cool told press.
Peter “Mr. P” Okoye is a singer, writer, dancer and director; better known as one half of the African Pop duo, P-Square with over 100 Million views on YouTube is also exploring another talent of his; as an actor.
Together with his twin brother Paul Okoye, they formed P-Square, a Nigerian R&B duo of identical twin brothers.
They produced and released their albums through Square Records before splitting up “due to family issues”.
Bebe Cool is also collaborating with Yemi Eberechi Alade, simply known as Yemi Alade, a Nigerian Afropop singer and songwriter.
She gained prominence after winning the Peak Talent Show in 2009, and is best known for her hit single “Johnny”.
Her latest performance is “Don’t Jealous Me”, an audio track for “The Lion King” remake with American superstar Beyonce Knowles.
While he never disclosed what songs exactly they are working on, Bebe Cool said he has also recorded five  new singles to get going.
Meanwhile, he is opening his new studio in a matter of weeks.
It was in February this year that Bebe Cool shipped in the latest state of the art video recording equipment purchased from America and also started to set up Gagamel International’s own music recording studio.
Bebe Cool released ‘Wasibuka Wa Video’ the first of his many videos this year to be shot in America using the acquired state of the art equipment.
Bebe Cool will soon be opening up the Gagamel Records Music Studios to the public.
The studios have been set up in Ntinda – Strecher Road and have been fitted with state of the art music equipment purchased from USA.