Opening Ceremony Concert by Top Musicians at the Uganda Lecture!
A total of 5 artists performed on stage and sang their song that conveyed their faith during the opening ceremony. They were Dr Jose Chameleone, a member of Happy Science and Africa’s top singer, King Wadada, also a Happy Science member and singer in Nigeria, Iryn Namubiru, Uganda’s top female artist, Benon Mugumbya, a popular young producer and singer, and the St. Denis Choir Ggba.
The seven songs performed were all original songs created for this special day in Uganda. Lord El Cantare’s love was delivered to the people through music.
Let's hear their comments!
“The whole program was very organized. I think people were able to appreciate Happy Science at today’s lecture. I enjoyed Master's lecture very much. I have seen many video lectures, but it was great to see him in person today. It was my pleasure to make people happy today."
“I thank god for such a great and successful day. It was truly a blessing. Today was a day that was a spiritual blessing for Africa. I give God glory and thank God that I was able to perform for Master.”
(KING WADADA, member)
“I think Master Okawa gave an enlightening speech for the people of Uganda. I am so happy that he came to Uganda. His lecture was very good and I am very happy to have met Happy Science. I will continue to learn more.”
The Music Lineup
「Welcome to Happy Science」
‘Welcome to Happy Science’ Performed by St. Denis Choir Ggba (Gospel Choir)
The concert started with a upbeat music sung by the Gospel Choir. It made a very open and welcoming atmosphere in the stadium.
「Let the Power of Happy Science Flow」
‘Let the Power of Happy Science Flow’ Performed by King Wadada
King Wadada who came all the way from Nigeria for this day, performed a very passionate song of spreading the teaching of Happy Science to the world.
‘Happy People’ Performed by Dr. Jose Chameleone
Dr. Jose Chameleone who is the light of hope for the young crowd and a member of Happy Science, came on stage. The song he performed wishes for the happiness of the people in the world through spreading the greatness of Happy Science.
‘Happy’ Performed by Iryn Namubiru
Iryn Namubiru who is loved by the people of Uganda, performed a R&B song with a African beat and showed the importance of love. The whole stadium was filled with happiness through the song.
「You are so Loving」
‘You are so Loving’ Performed by Benon Mugumbya
A song that delivered the message that Lord El Cantare is love, mercy, and the being that supports everything and everyone. The stadium became one and the gratitude toward Lord El Cantare deepened.
「Thank you for your Love」
‘Thank you for your Love’ Performed by Benon Mugumbya and Iryn Namubiru and St. Denis Choir Ggba
A duet song performed by Benon Mugumbya and Iryn Namubiru that expresses gratitude and respect to Lord El Cantare.
「Come What May」
‘Come What May’ Performed by St. Denis Choir Ggba
They sang Come What May to end the concert.
Meet the Artists!
Dr. Jose Chameleone
Born in Uganda. One of the most popular singer in Uganda. He has been awarded PAM Award, which is the most prestigious music award in Uganda for four years in a row (2003~2006).
Born in Nigeria. He created his own reggae style called African Spiritual Reggae and became a top singer in Nigeria. In 2010, he was awarded the Best Reggae Artist in Africa at the Kora Award for his album “Holy Holy”.
Born in Uganda. She became Uganda’s top female artist with her album “Nkuweeki” in 2006. Since 2006, she has been creating many hit songs and has been awarded with various awards. In 2011, she was awarded in 4 genres at PAM Award – Artist of the Year, Female Artist of the Year, Album of the Year, Best R&B single of the Year.
Born in Uganda. One of the most popular young producers in Uganda. After high school, he has created many hit songs and from 2008, he started his career as a music producer, creating new styles of music in northern Africa. Lately, he has been touring African countries, America, Sweden, etc.
St.Denis Choir Ggba
The Choir that is mainly active in Ggaba Parish district in Kampala. They were founded in 1992 and is active at churches, music festivals, charity projects, and etc.