Soul & RnB Fanatics Gear Up for Shifah Musisi's Maiden Concert
Soul and RnB songstress, Shifah Musisi, will be live in a concert dubbed "Unveiling Shifah Musisi" slated to take place on November 1, 2019 at Golf Course Hotel in Kampala.
Shifah Musisi is an afro soul artiste with a fusion of contemporary and RnB genres. Her music is largely inspired by real life experiences. Some have described her voice as one that calms the soul and evokes all the emotions one can experience in a moment.
Her guitar playing prowess coupled with the richness of her serenading voice and depth of her lyrics - is a true definition of charming music.
Shifah Musisi started singing at a young age but rose to prominence with the release of her single “Sanyu lyange” in 2014.
Since then, she has soothed hearts with one beautiful jam after another. Her first studio album “Olugendo" was released in 2015.
The album was well received by music critics and included songs like “Owoluganda”, “Mukyalo”, “Muntumulamu” and “Nkusubiza”.
Most of the songs on the album still enjoy massive airplay.
Inspired by this success, she embarked on a European tour in 2016, which saw her perform at numerous festivals and concerts in Spain, Denmark, Sweden and Portugal.
She was a major performer at the famous Andancas festival that happens annually in Castelo De Vide, Portugal. One Swedish newspaper referred to her as, “Africa’s queen of soul whose performances lifted people who did not even understand a word from her songs.”
Upon her return from the European tour, Shifah Musisi hit the studio to record her second album “Dark & Happy times” (10 tracks) with renowned producer Michael Mugisha aka Fingaz.
In late 2017, Shifah Musisi started releasing singles off the album and tracks like “Emirembe”, “Kusema”, “Munsi Eno” and “Ebilowozo”.
Shifah Musisi was also among the Ugandan artistes chosen to showcase at the 7th edition of DOADOA – East African Performing Arts Market 2018. She has also performed at major events including the Bayimba festival, Ongal Music Festival (Tanzania), Doadoa festival, Roast and Rhyme, Blankets and wine to mention a few.