By Kakatshozi

There are some dope occasions in this Kampala that should simply not be missed on your social calendar.

It would, of course, be utterly sinful to do so, and for you, our dear readers of the EA Scene, we know that you all are anything but boring.

As such, this past Saturday (and hopefully as a repeat event carrying on into the future, as has become the tradition) came the ninth year of the Break-Fast Jam; the tradition of inspiration and talent promotion through break dance in Kampala. There are talents every year that deserve to be promoted and this past year was anything but an exception as the talent was constant and swirling all around you with every step you took through out the event grounds.

Did you miss out this past Saturday  and Sunday at the YMCA in Wandegeya?

Well if you gave into the hangover, you missed break dance & popping battles and competitions, shows of live traditional drumming, an incredibly dope Hip-hop market, a living art show of real-time graffiti painting, a myriad of incredible workshops, showcases. On top of all that there was parkour & performances of rap and beat boxing. This was an out and out win for the cultural scene of Kampala, and showed off a multitude of artistically gifted individuals and groups from across the world including: Kenya, Tanzania, Democratic Republic of Congo and, of course Uganda.

Kampala, in all honesty could do with more of events in the ilk of the Break-Fast Jam: us for certain will be waiting in earnest for the 10 year blow out next year.

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