Steve Jean bounces back into music production and talent management, unveils new talent, Vamos 256

KAMPALA — Fenon Records boss Steve Jean proved on Thursday night that he has bounced back to actively participate in the music industry.

The production mogul on Thursday night set the mood for the party at Cielo Lounge in Kololo by unveiling his new signing Vamos 256, as he premiered his new song “Konkona”.

The song produced by the legendary Steve Jean at Fenon records is the singer’s first project after signing a few weeks ago.

Before Vamos 256 was unveiled to the patiently awaiting audience, its video played back to back to the amusement of revelers who couldn’t help but dance and rhyme.

Around 10:30 p.m., Vamos 256 took the stage and performed the song twice as some of the partygoers joined him on the platform to dance as he performed ‘Konkona’.

The evening continued later with different people catching up and heading for photo moments as others decided to leave at their leisure.

Signed under Fenon Records, Vamos 256 will be managed by Night Sky Talent Management.

Konkona is the first song from Vamos 256. It is written by Vamos 256, directed by Edrine Paul and produced by Steve Jean. As the name of the song suggests, the artist asks his lover throughout the song to knock (Konkona) so he glances at her.

Fenon Records is known as the music label that created the Blu*3 and, in part, gospel singer Levixone. The company that has mastered the art of event production over the years is back once again to give us another new talent.

Konkona which has taken TikTok by storm so far is the artist’s first production under his new label, Fenon. According to Vamos, he was referred to Fenon through a friend who told him to send his song to Steve Jean in Fenon.

He said that after his music reached Fenon he was called into the studio and offered free studio time and that’s how he ended up as an artist signed to Fenon .

It is said that Vamos 256 is already recording an album which they will release when the time comes.

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