Three years ago, Zziwa Micheal and Ziggy Dee, brothers to Mokee Harris set the LIVEWIRE RECORDINGS studio and immediately signed Mokee Harris to a recording deal. Shortly after, his debut solo studio tracks was Ebbaluwa and Your Name (featuring Mr.X) hit the air waves. He then recordorded his third studio track alongsude, Debra titled So Amazing.
On his fourth studio track, She's so Beautiful, Harris hooked up with his longtime music partner Fysh and Lethal, surprisingly it became his first major radio hit. "I will never forget that day, at my Friends house, I was listening to Sanyu Fm in the Evening then I heard my song playing, I jumped up and started screaming, I almost cried because hearing my voice on radio was amazing" That's when when Harris thought of recording a full Album.
Shortly after, he started working on his first album, MEET HARRIS. Weeks later She's so Beautiful made it's way to EAST AFRICA'S FINEST COUNTDOWN on Sanyu Fm and stayed at the top of the charts for a long time week. Harris then sxcored himself his very first interview on radio on Sanyu Fm. During this time She's so Beautiful found it's way to HOT100 fm and started getting heavy rotation and Harris was called for his second radio interview on HOT100 fm. In the middle of all this Harris and Fysh formed V.M.G,
On the most important day of Carol's life-her wedding- the 27-year-old hairdresser says she felt beautiful. During the last two months of preparation, carol used skin bleaching products in anticipation of this day. At the ceremony, her complexion, which she normally describes as coffee-colored was a creamy café au lait. As hundreds gathered outdoors, carol stayed in the shed to protect her lightened skin from the sun.
"When I did step out to have my picture taken, my skin was so sensitive it felt as if I was being scorched with an iron," she says.
Wedding ceremonies are just one of the occasions for which most women lighten their skin, knowingly risking cancer in the process. The practice is also common before festive holidays, when women have higher chances of travelling to their villages to their villages and meeting friends and relatives that they haven't seen in a long time.
Some women don't wait for special occasions; they use bleaching products every day.
In societies such as Uganda, where dark skin is a marker of toiling in the sun, lighter skin signifies affluence.
Nasaali Liz, a professor, believe that is a legacy of the colonial days, when European rulers,by their very existence, established a link between power, affluence and light complexions. Europeans are also said to have showed favoritism to paler Africans. Before chemical skin bleaching first arrived in Uganda in the eighties, it was a question of staying out of the sun and not using very-effective herbal masks. But with the addition of bleach, these creams have become more potent and the practice increasingly widespread.
(Here is your guide to which foods to eat and avoid, depending on your blood group.)
BLOOD TYPE O
You should follow a high-protein diet with plenty of meat and fish, but stick to low fat carbohydrates and low –dairy foods. Avoid avocados, nuts and oranges and take lots of exercise.
BLOOD TYPE A
You should adopt an almost vegetarian diet that is high in carbohydrates and low in fat. it should be free of red meat with plenty of vegetables and a low in take of diary products. Gentle exercises can benefit this group.