The Ganda Boys (formaly known as Da Twinz) was formed during 2008 through an exciting collaboration on the highly acclaimed 2009 BBC-TV drama series, MOSES JONES. Denis Mugagga, Daniel Sewagudde and Craig Pruess immediately found that they had a special sound and style together – and that they could write lots of songs as a team (so easily!) and the result was immediate, soulful, amazing and rewarding.
Bringing an international and professional feel to all the recordings, they finished their first album, “The War of Love”, a CD which is strong and vibrant, and then in 2012 released their powerful second album, “Africa” – both milestones in African fusion music and now our third latest new arrival “Mountains of the Moon“
The #ForgottenPeople Campaign:
United Earth, led by co-founder Claes Nobel, has joined with UCLA Extension, and the International Association for Human Values to bring our deep educational resources into the field. To raise the funds required, we are creating a viral campaign that will capture immediate global attention. At its core is one incredible song: “The Forgotten People” by Ugandan group the Ganda Boys
A film to attract millions
Throughout, our cameras captured events with sincerity and intimacy: blending fly on the wall documentary with emotive interviews, personal stories and moments of inspiration. The result is a 6-12 minutes film for digital and PR release, plus a separate cut of the recording session as a music video. The new track, “The Forgotten People” will also be available via iTunes, Cdbaby and other major sources, with all proceeds to benefit the Displaced across the World.