Ugandan born, TShaka Mayanja is arguably reggae music's best kept secret.With over Five Hundred songs (500) already written and arranged, 36 year old(Born Winston Mayanja) TShaka has made his mark in Africa, as a reggae singer, songwriter, producer and promoter.He has done countless Radio and TV interviews in Africa, including interviews on Channel O (Africa's version of MTV on the biggest cable TV network in Africa MNET), and also a live interview on Irie FM during the Sting Reggae festival Jamaica in 1996, with GT Taylor (top radio DJ in Jamaica) and Copeland Forbes (legendary Jamaican MC and road manager).In February, TShaka was contracted to be a Judge for both the auditions and the finals of East Africa’s biggest Reality TV Music Talent Search; The Tusker Project Fame project. The TV show was to find talent across the three East African nations; Uganda, Kenya and Tanzania. The 3months contest ended successfully, with a talented Ugandan female musician that TShaka had spotted at the auditions in Uganda, winning the contest by a huge vote’s margin.TShaka has also taken artists such as; UB40 (their final concert as the original line up on Feb 23rd 2008 in Uganda), Third World, Dennis Bovell, Shaggy, Chaka Demus & Pliers, Shabba Ranks, Buju Banton, Aswad, Rayvon, Spanner Banner, Papa San, Brian & Tony Gold, Twiggi etc. to Africa for concerts, all in a bid to make reggae the force it is now, in Africa. TShaka has also been involved in the productions for artists such as Hugh Masekela, Ringo, Akon, Jonathan Butler etc., during their Ugandan concerts.Bassist TShaka Mayanja is an artist in the mould of his mentors; The Wailers, Prince Lincoln & the Royal Rasses, Sly & Robbie, Roots Radics, Freddie McGregor, Dennis Brown, Third World, Burning Spear, Matumbi and other reggae icons. The Blues, Jazz Funk & Soul icons are very much inspirations too.PRAGMO N'SAIGA, is a superb pianist, singer, composer, arranger and producer. Pragmo is comfortable with many genres of music; Jazz, Smooth Jazz, Salsa, Reggae, Gospel, the Blues etc.. The new album 'The Pragmo'tive Is "II" Chill Out is an album made specially for him to showcase his talents.K’ANGIE MTUME, who is the amazing vocalist on the albums Dark Chocolate and Reggaeology, says:Music is something I have loved since childhood. Being a vocalist is what I love the most.For seven years, I’ve been involved in singing; I’ve always loved doing something different, something that isn’t the usual contemporary Ugandan music; something acceptable worldwide so to speak. Thanks to TShaka, the Dark Chocolate album made my dream come true. It’s the kind of music I sang and felt within me that it’s what I’ve been waiting for, for a long time. For the first time in a very long time, I don’t feel exploited at all. I hope to work with TShaka for a very long time and hope to reach greater heights. Special thanks to TShaka Mayanja for helping me take a path in music that I never thought I’d take before.Thanks to all my fans that keep inspiring me each day to continue along the path I have chosen.