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Daniel Lubwama Kigozi (famously known as Navio, conceived 18 October 1983) is an Ugandan rapper. Beginning off his profession, he was a piece of the honor winning Hip jump gather Klear Kut that presented the expression “Ugaflow” to portray Uganda’s hip bounce scene. Navio is best known for his fruitful solo vocation with hits, for example, “Ngalo”, “Bugumu”, “One and Only”, and “Endlessly” (with American R&B legend Keith Sweat).
Since 2010, Navio has been a piece of the African supergroup One8. Different individuals incorporate 2Face (Nigeria), Fally Ipupa (Democratic Republic of the Congo), 4×4 (Ghana), Movaizhaleine (Gabon), JK (Zambia), and kindred East Africans Amani (Kenya) and Ali Kiba (Tanzania). The primary discharge from the gathering was “Hands Across the World”, composed and created by R. Kelly.
In 2014, he was one of the included craftsmen in the second period of “Coke Studio Africa”.
Navio was destined to build Daniel Serwano Kigozi and doctor Maggie Kigozi (née Blick). He is the most youthful of three kids; with a senior sibling and sister. He went to Entebbe Church Nursery for baby school and St. Andrews in Kenya for his elementary school. The account craftsman at that point joined Aga Khan Secondary school and ISSA (International school of South Africa) for optional training. Navio was enlisted at Monash University where he considered International Relations and Media Studies.
While growing up, Navio tuned in to a considerable measure of music including his senior sibling’s tremendous gathering of rap music from specialists, for example, Run– D.M.C., MC Hammer, Vanilla Ice, and the Beastie young men and would attempt to copy them. When he was around 10 years of age, his mom heard him rapping in the lounge room, and came over and asked whether it was Vanilla Ice rapping. She was excited to the point that she took him to Baava studio, claimed by Hope Mukasa, to record a tune.
Matured 16, Navio framed the hip bounce gathering, Klear Kut with his four dearest companions: Tom “Tha Mith” Mayanja, Jonathan “J-Baller” Leslie, Abba “Langman” Lang, and Habib Abdul Hussein otherwise known as Papito. The gathering’s introduction collection, “Psyche, Body and Soul” (2000), was an immense achievement and created the few hit singles including “All I Wanna Know” (with Juliana), “Recall”, and “How about we Get It on”.
The gathering helped blend the ubiquity of the Hip bounce sort in Uganda.
In 2002, Klear Kut turned into the principal gathering to get a Kora grant designation where they were assigned for “Most Promising Newcomer” and ‘Disclosure of the Year”. The next year, the gathering discharged K2, their second collection. Despite the fact that it was not as large as its ancestor, it delivered the real hits “Mon Coeur ‘Murder of Crows'”, including Rania, and the fan most loved remix “Hotshot” highlighting Bebe Cool.
They later got the PAM Award for Best Hip bounce Group in 2004.
Before leaving for South Africa, Navio composed and recorded a melody, “Rukus” with Ugandan chronicle artiste Peter Miles. The tune went on wind up a standout amongst the most prevalent records of his profession. It was included in the season finale of Big Brother Africa 3 out of 2008, four years after its discharge. Amid his rest, he was once in a while included on other artistes’ accounts, for example, the all-young lady gathering, Blu*3’s single “Consume” in 2007, Jemimah Sanyu’s “Amaaso go googera” in 2011 and some more.
Navio authoritatively came back to the music scene in 2008 in the wake of graduating with a degree in correspondences from Monash University’s South African branch. His presentation solo collection, “A large portion of the Legend” was discharged in 2009 and created positive audits from pundits and the gathering of people and produced the singles “Bugumu”, “Salooni” highlighting GNL Zamba, “Ngalo”, and “Regard” with the Kenyan artiste Jua Kali. He was additionally included on Bobi Wine’s “Badman from Kamwokya”. The collection earned him the Best Hip jump Artist grant at the Pearl of Africa Music Awards and selections at Kenya’s Kisima Music Awards for Best Male Artist, Best Music Video, and Best Hip bounce Artist.
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