The Rastafarian community in Uganda is organizing a special concert to pay tribute to Lucky Dube, the South-African reggae music star who was murdered yesterday.
Ras.B Ssali, a former member of the Blood brothers, says that during the concert whose date and venue are not yet clear, the Rastafarian community will play all dube's songs and also sell his memorabilia.
Lucky Dube was murdered by suspected car jackers in South Africa yesterday.
In his tribute, Ras Ssali described lucky Dube as a great teacher who through his music managed to expose the social values and vices that shroud humanity.
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Aged 43, Lucky Dube was born in a small township outside the small mining town of Ermelo.
He started his musical career as a traditional musician in 1979 and switched to reggae in 1984, producing more than 20 albums and winning numerous musical awards.