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Thursday, 18 July 2019

MUSIC VIDEO: AVM - Nteledde. @AVMOFFICIAL




Alice Violet Mutumba popularly known as AVM is a UK-based Ugandan Afro-pop singer who is behind hit singles “Kwata Ko” and “NKOYE” featuring the late legendary Mowzey Radio of the Radio & Weasel duo.

The singer who has started as a child TV star in her beloved Uganda at only 6 years, has released the visuals for her new single titled “Nteledde”

Nteledde means “I am settled' in Luganda, in this love song AVM asks her man “where were you?” And continues to sing, “now I’ve found you am settled”.

Nteledde is a follow up single to “Nkoye” the melodic duet with Uganda’s legendry, late Mowzey Radio of Goodlyfes Radio & Weasel has helped establish AVM as the Ugandan Diva to look out for in coming years.

Nteledde has become a super hit in Uganda with the audience loving the African inspired visuals in the video which was shot in the streets of Kampala’s industrial area.



AVM moved to London, England at the age of 8, taking with her a passion for music and the performing arts. It was in the UK where AVM nurtured her talents, including, singing, songwriting, basic music production, TV presenting, acting, and more.

At the age of 16 AVM started pursuing music seriously after being encouraged by her Performing Arts A-Level teacher, she later enrolled in a music technology course and started co-writing and producing pop songs with a German freelance producer

She co-wrote three demo tracks with Fried the German, the songs raised the interest of Nigel Wilderman, a Virgin Record Label A&R executive who advised AVM to continue writing songs which he could also pitch to Virgin record label artists.

In 2014 AVM reunited with her music career and released her first solo single Kwata Ko in Uganda, since the release of the single and video, her career has progressed steadily. AVM has so far collaborated with famous Uganda artists such as Cesearous, Rabadaba and the legendry late Mowzey Radio, this has established her as Uganda’s next big talent, the one to watch out for in the coming years. 


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