Monday, June 15, 2015

East Van Summer Jam Celebrates Bavubuka Foundation

The East Van Summer Jam is a main fundraising event organized by non-profit organization, The Music Tree. EVSJ fosters community growth by bringing people together to celebrate East Vancouver arts and culture, while dedicating 100% of profits to sustainability projects and music programs for at-risk youth. By committing 50 % of the proceeds to partner organizations in Kenya and Uganda we strive to foster an international network of community building.

Music all year around Gratitude goes out to brother Aaron Ross and the whole The Boom Booms family for always connecting and spreading love to support and stand in solidarity with the Bavubuka Allstarz Foundation. Over time we have seen the growth of artists investing and putting back in their communities locally and internationally but i can't thank my Vancouver Artists Community enough for their love, support, guidance and encouragement that has sustained our Youth movement Organization for the past 10 years of commitment to seed young creative leaders both in Canada and Uganda. We are very delighted and Glad to be apart of this continued Growth - Click on the link below Get your ticket with love in celebration of UNITY in our Community. OBUMU SPIRIT....

T H E - B E A U TI FU L - P E O P L E - M O V E M E N T - moments captured at the East Van Summer Jam 2014 - see you all at this years celebration East Van Summer Jam 2015 at Strathcona Park - Vancouver, BC - Get you and your family the summer time truth worth energy Tickets to celebrate with the The Boom Booms family - Bavubuka Allstarz Foundation is proud to be apart of this beautiful Vancouver Revolutionary Progressive Artists community -

Monday, June 1, 2015

Babaluku Represent Luga Flow at Madaraka festival 2015

Much love to professor Scott Macklin #OBUMU Spirit comrade for bringing so much love and joy during this beautiful Madaraka Festival - 2015 Day

Representing where you from definitely has a reward when you are genuine in your works many years ago you could have dreamt of such a beautiful tribe growing to support our young generation in the continent. Much love to One Vibe Africa family the whole Back To The Source movement for standing and staying true to your vision United we grow - AFRICA IS NOW

Sunday, May 31, 2015

Babaluku to represent at Madaraka Festival - 2015

Madaraka festival 2015
One Vibe Africa and EMP Museum present the 2nd Annual Madaraka Festival, a night of music and purpose. Madaraka Festival is a creative collaboration among Seattle artists in support of One Vibe Africa’s Music and Art Program, based in Kisumu, Kenya.

Now more than ever, youth in Kenya are in need of the artistic encouragement and experiences offered by One Vibe Africa. Madaraka Festival provides the resources for these vital artistic exchanges. Hundreds of youth are now participating in One Vibe Africa’s programs in Kenya as a direct result of the collaboration between Seattle artists involved in Madaraka Festival.

Performing Artists:

Don’t miss spectacular musical performances by Owuor Arunga (One Vibe's Global Ambassador, Madaraka Festival Musical Director, and trumpeter for Macklemore & Ryan Lewis), Blitz the Ambassador, Sauti Sol,Babaluku, M1 of DeadPrez, among other renown artists from Seattle and Africa. 

Art Show:
Madaraka Festival art show features original work by students and teachers from Kisumu, and select pieces from Pacific Northwest artists. The artwork will be by the entrance to the Sky Church.

The successful 2014 festival initiated international cultural exchange between Kenya, and Seattle while achieving unanticipated benefits, including:

• Inspired creative collaboration between Africans and African-Americans in Seattle.
• Showcased the best African oriented concert dubbed: “ a night to remember” by Northwest Music Scene, “a premier African-influenced festival” by YES Magazine, and “globally oriented event” by Humanosphere.

Madaraka is an all ages event.

For more info:

Sunday, May 24, 2015

Celebrating Hip Hop Appreciation Week in Uganda

Hip Hop Appreciation Week celebrations in Uganda. Join us as we celebrate you all Globally for the works and encourage to keep building strong rooted foundations.

We can't wait for the builders RETREAT already so see you all at out next gathering During the Second Hip-Hop on the NILE Back To The Source Experience - This years BGLOBAL SUMMIT IS DEDICATED TO YOU ALL! - the BUILDERS we appreciate you passion and love for you people and our communities we represent! OBUMU SPIRIT forward!

Tuesday, May 5, 2015

Babaluku talks about the voice the youth possess through Tedx

Chano8 catches up with Babaluku as he talks about the voice the youth possess through Tedx Kampala

Sunday, December 14, 2014

Back To the Source Movement

The B-Global Indigenous Hip Hop Gathering family is gearing up for a scene shifting experience for the 2014 season this is a Public Service Announcement - If you are a true hip hop builders within Uganda Kenya Tanzania Burundi Rwanda Congo and all our other surrounding family in the east west and south you are indeed welcome to reach out and find out more on how you can be apart of this historical conversation thats designed by builders and scene shifters committed to advancing and growing the authentic indigenous hip hop voices of the continent - we are welcoming our global family to also tune in and connect with the true energy of transformation hosted live at the source - This years theme of our gathering is BACK TO THE SOURCE - come and experience the powerful young African visionaries Changing Africa one community at a time! - AFRICA IS NOW - much love to Words Beats & Life Merita Movement OBUMU MEDIA LAB family Free Nation - Bavubuka Dynasty Bavubuka Allstarz Foundation Yolé!Africa Project Blue Hands Society NegusWorld and many more movements who continue to inspire and support the work we do to lead educate and economically empower our generation through the activation of CREATIVE CAPITAL ! look out for more announcements - DEC 21st - to 26th will indeed mark another historical experience for the indigenous hip hop community in Uganda and East Africa - The first hip hop retreat designed to celebrate and encourage you but also equip you with tools to build on the strength!


Creating a leadership educational platfrom for creative and innovative young people to express their indigenous hip hop voices through Hip Hop Kulture in Uganda with a shared global perspective

Tuesday, September 30, 2014

Skilled Expressive Entrepreneurial Designers 2014

We are looking for young designers running fashion and designing businesses with designing skills, entrepreneurship, and innovative.
Skilled Expressive Entrepreneurial Designers (SEED) show runs with support from US Embassy Kampala under mentorship from Ras Kasozi. We believe that Uganda’s fashion industry has the potential to reach international competitive standards and can create a source for economic opportunities for all Ugandans.
CRITERIA: You should have abilities of;
Authentic inspiration, design, garment production right through to the final fashion show and introduction to the marketplace.
• Designer and company profile – with an image of the designer
• A minimum of 10 photos of your most recent your work.
• (To be sent to

If you are shortlisted/selected for the challenge some of this Information may be used on US Embassy Kampala’s website or facebook.

DEADLINE: 7th October 2014
***Note. This show is for young designers****
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