Swangz Avenue signee Veronicah Luggya alias Vinka has proven that she is indeed the Boss Manjah and a valuable asset in Uganda’s music industry that ought to be protected at all costs.
Despite the Cindy vs. Sheebah music battle dominating both the tabloid and mainstream media, Vinka has continued to reverberate in the minds of music aficionados.
Vinka is unquestionably a force to be reckoned with in the music industry, even though her name isn’t now front of mind when talking about music battles.
She has left a trail in the music industry ever since she decided to forgo an artist management career in order to pursue music full-time.
Her smash hit “Bailando” dominated the charts for a staggering 16 consecutive weeks, holding the coveted number one spot.
Vinka is a talented live performer as well as a songwriter who has masterminded chart-topping songs. She has left audiences in amazement with her spectacular performances at events like Blankets and Wines, demonstrating that she is a valuable asset in the music industry.
Her progression from manager to hitmaker and outstanding performer is evidence of her talent and commitment. With smash songs like Love Panic, Thank God, One Bite, Chips Na Ketchup, By The Way, Fimbo, and Tutu Mama, Vinka shook up the music business and left a lasting impression.
Having placed her career somewhere at the pinnacle of Uganda’s music industry, Vinka’s name currently stands on a list of musicians like Cindy, Sheebah, Spice Diana, Kataleya & Kandle, Karole Kasita, Chosen Becky, Rema, and many others.
Vinka is an underrated competitor who may wind up becoming the ultimate certified hit producer in Ugandan music as the battle talk between Sheebah and Cindy looms.