The battle lines have been drawn as the singing doctor, Jose Chameleone, and his music student, singer Manisur Ssemanda stage name “King Saha” vow to show each other who has the biggest fans in the music industry.
Chameleone will be launching his ‘Wale Wale Double Trouble’ at Kyadondo rugby grounds while King Saha will also be launching his second album ‘Gundeze’ at Freedom City along Entebbe road today.
Saha, when contacted, said he wasn’t intimidated by Chameleone.
“I’m a young blood in the industry but I will give Chameleone a run for his money.”
Chameleone, on the other hand, said he is not competing with King Saha but prays that Kyadondo fills up early enough so the remaining fans can appear at Saha’s show.
This comes a midst talks around town that Saha disrespected his mentor (Chameleone) by staging a show on the same date.
Saha denies this saying he has a big following and had no reason for changing his show.
It should be remembered that Chameleone expelled members of Leone Island last year including his manager Sam Mukasa, King Saha and his fallen brother AK47 after a few misunderstandings.
Staging a show on the same date, according to music pundits, is a sign of Saha’s revenge on the doctor.