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On the February edition of the Tusker Malt Conversessions, King Saha bares it all.

King Saha, dressed in a stylish checkered tux, eased into his act with "Hullo Hullo," a lovers' cum fan favorite.

The first of a Luganda episode that went online on Tusker Malt Lager’s YouTube account on Sunday evening was a treat for fans of the Tusker Malt Conversessions show, who were treated to some of the best hits in King Saha’s musical library.

The show’s fundamental live acoustics were turned up a notch higher with King Saha, as the experience became cozier and considerably more intimate amid the jungle surrounds of Entebbe Botanical Gardens, where it was filmed.

King Saha, dressed in a stylish checkered tux, eased into his act with “Hullo Hullo,” a lovers’ cum fan favorite.

“On my way,” “Muliirwana,” “Gundeeze,” “Biri Biri,” and “Very Well” were among the five songs from his anthology that he sang out as a result of this.

“Conversessions” about Saha’s personal life, farming, family, and the late Mowzey Radio were interspersed throughout his musical performance. King Saha also discussed his altercation with Bebe Cool and the suspicions of drug use.

The singer-songwriter bares it all, noting that, aside from music, he appears to prefer being human to stardom.

However, Saha’s abilities are extraordinary, and the superstar is frequently in the spotlight for reasons other than music.

As a result, the distinction between Saha’s talent and Saha the artist is blurred.

As he took fans down memory lane of some of his most calming favorites, the variety of love ballads he sang undoubtedly seemed to usher in more Valentine’s fever to the show’s viewership.

On Tusker Malt Lager’s official YouTube channel, Tusker Malt Lager Ug, fans may watch King Saha and earlier episodes of the Conversessions.


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