Bebe Cool Opens Up To Tooro Kingdom’s Princess Juliana Kanyomozi.


In the upcoming installment of “The Sit Down with Juliana,” Ugandan showbiz luminary Bebe Cool engages in a candid conversation with Princess Juliana Kanyomozi of the Tooro Kingdom. Scheduled for release on YouTube on March 28 at 12 P.M., this second season episode promises insights into the lives and careers of these two iconic figures.

The trailer, released on Wednesday, March 27, offers a glimpse into Bebe Cool’s journey, highlighting his distinctiveness over the years, from driving luxury cars to patronizing high-end fashion outlets. Joining a lineup of notable personalities, Bebe Cool’s interview will lead the series, followed by discussions with Azawi, Vinka, Cindy Sanyu, Kenneth Mugabi, Levixone, Ruth Kalibbala Bwanika, and Patrick Idringi Salvado.

In the first season, Princess Juliana delved into conversations with Faridah Nakazibwe, Anita Beryl, Sheebah Karungi, and Rema Namakula, with each episode spanning between 20 to 35 minutes.


Who is Juliana Kanyomozi?

Born on November 27, 1980, in Kampala to Prince Gerald Manyindo and Catherine Manyindo, Juliana Kanyomozi’s musical journey began to unfold during her schooling years at Bugema Adventist S.S. Encouraged by her father’s love for music, she embraced her talent, nurtured further under the guidance of Father Damian Grimes at Namasagali College.

Kanyomozi’s foray into the music scene commenced during her teenage years, marked by karaoke performances at Sabrina’s Pub, where her brother, Eddie Kim, was a DJ. It was at this venue that she crossed paths with producer Hope Mukasa and Steve Jean, pivotal figures in her early career.

Recording her first song while still in A-Level, Juliana’s collaboration with Bobi Wine on “Tata W’abaana” propelled her into the limelight, followed by hits like “Mama Mbire.” Simultaneously, she ventured into radio hosting at Capital FM during her S.6 vacation, further diversifying her artistic portfolio.

Beyond music, Juliana Kanyomozi’s talents extend to the screen, with appearances in the film “Kiwani,” directed by Henry Ssali, adding another dimension to her multifaceted career.

This rendezvous between Bebe Cool and Princess Juliana promises to be a captivating exploration of their experiences, set against the backdrop of Ugandan showbiz and cultural heritage.



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