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Kampalans enjoy a fusion of music, art, fashion and sport at Guinness BrightHouse

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Guinness Uganda yesterday officially opened the doors of Guinness Bright House, at Motiv in Kampala. It was an immersive experience where the brand celebrated the crème-de-la-creme of Uganda’s creative industry, tastemakers and culture makers as they came together to collaborate and share knowledge with the big names of tomorrow with a Guinness.

At Bright House, creatives were welcomed into a bold new Guinness world spanning the spaces of music, art, fashion, content creation and football. In these different spaces, the guests had the opportunity to interact with the brand in a more creative way and learn from the best during master classes on all the different elements.

The day began with a music masterclass where creatives had the opportunity to interact with music producer Benon Mugumbya, whose work in production has seen many talents rise through the roof and go on to conquer the world stage. Benon took creatives through the music production business from sampling, melody, vocals, club bangers, and structure. Creative and media personalities also had the chance to revel in the presence of singer-songwriter Azawi, who recounted her experience getting started in the music industry and what she believes works and doesn’t work for her.

Swangz Avenue Senior Producer Benon Mugumbya shares his thoughts on the creative arts.

After the music master class, film enthusiasts and production fans had the opportunity to learn from Loukman Ali, one of the biggest names in cinema. He not only gave creatives their first look at his upcoming blockbuster “Brotherhood,” but also shared tips on exposure, angle, editing, rendering, and production.

Singer Azawi has risen so fast in the music industry and tells fans how she got there.

This was followed by the Art Masterclass presented by renowned new age artist Kwizera. He guided art enthusiasts in creating a live mural that embodied the inspiration of everyone at Bright House.

In the fashion space, designer Sham Tyra gave a masterclass while Ghetto, a new fashion label, put a colorful spin on streetwear with their creations. The highlight in the fashion space was the runway showcase of eclectic designer Xenson, whose unique vision of fashion wowed revelers. He also gave revelers a unique performance, closing his display with a rap interlude as he played Uganda’s rarest traditional instruments.

Artist Xenson Senkaba gives a mind-blowing performance.

As the clock struck 5:59 p.m., Bright House became a holiday in symbolism of 1759, the year Guinness was first brewed. There were performances from Denesi, Kohen Jaycee CXNRVD and RVC, among others. DJ Ali Breezy jumped up to the decks, getting creative on his feet.

Speaking about the experience, Prudence Vera Mutembei, brand manager for Guinness Uganda, explained; “The multi-faceted Bright House experience reflects Guinness’s commitment to inspiring optimism and creativity in young people. We wanted to create a space where talented people and creatives can come together, share ideas and celebrate the arts like never before.”

The Bright House Experience will take to the different regions of the country to celebrate and highlight the different people in Greater Uganda who have stood up against all odds and lived up to their hype in the creative space.





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