•Jose Chameleon met Khaligraph at his Blue Ink studios.
•Khaligraph requested Jose Chameleon for a photo session in keeping the memories.
•Signs of a collaboration in the offing.
Excitement filled the air when Jose Chameleon paid Khaligraph a courtesy call at his upmarket, Blue Ink studios.
The legendary Ugandan singer is captured engaged in a light talk with Khaligraph and his team.
Khaligraph then cuts the conversation with a request to have a photo moment with Chameleon.
“Let’s get a picture right there” uttered Khaligraph partly.
According to Khaligraph, Chameleon’s visit was historical and left a legacy not only to his life but also the studio’s.
“I know you” Said Chameleon
“I know you too” replied Khaligraph amid laughs from both sides.
The two star’s marveled at the moment with Khaligraph crowning it a kingly connection.
Like thanking the skies for a job well done, Chameleon tells Khaligraph to set another meeting since they’ve aligned.
As the video dies out, Chameleon belts out a few lines off his Valu valu song.
“Pete ya harusi nina yo kidole nilikupenda am very sorry utapata mwingine don’t you worry aah aah aah boom! watoto tumezaa tunao tiyari ” sings Chameleon.
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First Ugandan Collaboration
If Khaligraph is working With Chameleon on a song, It will be Khaligraph’s first Ugandan collaboration.
However, for Chameleon he has a number of Kenyan collaborations with Redsan and Viviane.
Regionally, The mazishi rapper seems to have favoured Tanzania than Uganda when it comes to collaborations.
Khaligraph has worked with Rayvanny, Harmonize, Rostam and Christian Bella all from Tanzania among others.
Is Khaligraph finally breaking this jinx with Chameleon’s collabo? Only time will tell.
Who Is Chameleon
Born Joseph Mayanja, Chameleon is arguably one the most decorated Ugandan artist’s.
He has had a career spanning more than three decades and is still evergreen to date.
Kenya is his second home, his first song, Bageya a collaboration with Redsan was recorded at Ogopa DJ’s in the late 90s.
His rich lifestyle is a true testament of a man who knows hard work.
With more than 13 albums under his belt, Chameleon remains a musical giant in East Africa and the rest of the world.
He has also tried his hands on politics, In 2021 he unsuccessfully vied for office as the Mayor of Kampala.