i, a record label and artist management company, proudly launched its doors today in the serene Latareza of Kisementi, nestled within the Kamwokya district, a charming suburb of Kampala.
With an unwavering commitment to “Empowering Dreams and Crafting Hits,” Mr. Mosh Daudi Alim, the visionary founder and CEO of Mosh Ents International, announced, “With our official launch today, we are extending an open invitation to the world: we are open for business.”
Mosh Ents International is set to redefine the entertainment landscape through a multifaceted approach. Their comprehensive strategy encompasses artist signing and management, music production, procurement, and distribution, alongside organizing local and international concerts and executing seamless event planning and management.
In a momentous unveiling, the label introduced three exceptionally talented musicians to the world – Pesh Melon (known as Patience Nimwesiga), Lord Sanie (aka Hassan Wasswa), and Rony Ronio (aka Ronald Nsubuga).
Mr. Mosh Alim expressed his profound belief in these emerging artists, asserting, “We are confident that these young talents harbor boundless potential within the music industry, and Mosh Ents will be their guiding light as they embark on their journeys to realize their dreams.” His extensive experience, spanning over a decade, includes booking and promoting concerts for predominantly East African musicians in London and the broader UK.
Let’s delve into the world of these promising artistes:
Pesh Melon, a 19-year-old prodigy, has collaborated with renowned producers like Nessim Pan Production. Her musical prowess knows no bounds, as she effortlessly navigates through genres such as afrobeats, dancehall, and R’n’B. Among her impressive singles are Kikonfide, Kibaala, More of Your Love, Mulo, Tulye Ebintu, and Naakonamu. Reflecting on her journey, Pesh Melon shared, “I took my first steps into the world of music while at school. At Bright Trust S.S in Kyengera, I had the privilege of composing and performing the Kabaka birthday song, and during my time at St. Elizabeth S.S in Nkoowe, I was a cherished member of the school choir.”
Lord Sanie, hailing from Bukoto, embarked on his musical odyssey in 2017. His eclectic musical catalog features notable tracks such as Akaama – a captivating collaboration with Zulanda, More Love, Machine, Wagulu, and Louisa (featuring Yesse Oman Rafiki).
Born on February 24, 2003, Rony Ronio kicked off his promising career in April of this year. His impressive singles include I’m Your Soldier and Too Fyno. Drawing inspiration from legendary figures like King Saha, the late Mowzey Radio, and Paul Kafeero, Rony Ronio is poised to leave an indelible mark on the R’n’B scene.
Mosh Ents International is not merely a record label; it is a beacon of hope for aspiring artists and a testament to the power of dreams in the realm of music. As they embark on this transformative journey, their commitment to nurturing talent and crafting musical brilliance shines brighter than ever before, promising a harmonious future for both artists and enthusiasts alike.