Presidential envoy on ghetto affairs Buchaman (real name Mark Bugembe) could be praising the heavens after Jamaican reggae singer Turbulence hinted at recording a collab with him.
The Jamaican star revealed that the Lwaki Temumatira singer has a good voice and audience command and, therefore, deserves to work with him.
“I like his commanding voice, he sings well and has got the audience power. Even the name that people gave him as the ghetto president shows that he is a leader. I stayed behind after the show because we are trying to do some studio work with him so there is a possibility of a collabo with him,” Turbulence said.
Buchaman pronounced himself as the new Ghetto President in 2017 after his boss, Robert Kyagulanyi aka Bobi Wine, with who he used to work in the Firebase Crew, was sworn in as the Kyadondo East MP.
The Jamaican singer came into the country on Saturday, March 12, for a performance that took place at Uganda Museum. Buchaman and Allan Hendricks Ssali curtain-raised his performance.
He is known for his energetic voice in songs like Rasta Forever, Love Me For Me, Real Warrior, and Do Good.
A collabo with Turbulence would be another milestone achieved for Buchaman, joining a list of Ugandan artistes who have done collabos with international acts after their performances in Uganda like Mr G.