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Tusker Malt Conversessions’ debut 2022 edition features Allan Toniks serenading fans.

Tusker Malt Conversessions has brought in the New Year, 2022, with a brand-new episode featuring Allan Toniks.

Tusker Malt Conversessions has brought in the New Year, 2022, with a brand-new episode featuring Allan Toniks.

In an episode that went live on Tusker Malt Lager’s Youtube page yesterday, the crooner serenaded fans of the show with some of his best-known songs.

Unlike his hip-hop-inclined predecessor, GNL Zamba, Toniks’ rendition of the show focused on ballads, guitar strings, comfort, and good music.

The first edition of the show, which aired in 2022, focused on the acoustics and vocal showcase that are at the heart of Tusker Malt’s premium online experience.

Toniks was set up for a comfortable, green-themed, dim-light experience in the upmarket settings of Riders lounge by the Swangz production crew.

The crooner, dressed in floral patterns and wearing stylish sunglasses, opened his show with Beera Nange, undoubtedly his most ageless song.

Toniks drank even more from the wells of nostalgia, his first chat centered on Beera Nange, his song’s collaborator, Lillian Ahabwe, and the musical path that began as an experiment before bursting into the enviable career that he now enjoys.

Toniks was clearly pumped for a night of great R&B, strumming the guitar to four more of his songs: Romance, Sunday, Falling, and My Miss.

As he let audiences in on some of his troubles and glories, Tonik mixed his musical performance with “conversessions” on controversy, confession, and introspection. He discussed baby moms, narcotics, depression, addiction, and the state of the world.

Even with the recent flood of not only eager but also fresh talent, will Toniks continue dominate the RnB charts? Toniks did not let us down. He just laid it all out there.

Tusker Malt Conversessions’ first act for the year is Toniks, who promises to be one of the acts to watch in 2022 as he considers releasing his first-ever body of work.

Tusker Malt Lager’s official YouTube channel, Tusker Malt Lager Ug, has Toniks and earlier episodes of the Conversessions available for viewing.

TML’s social media accounts @tuskermaltug on Twitter and @tuskermaltlagerug on Instagram let fans to keep up with the conversation.


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