Meet Patrick Kawalya aka DJ Paddy
Patrick Kawalya hails from Mukono, Uganda and currently lives in Boston MA. He is an entertainer and a premier award winning Boston DJ that has earned a reputation for delivering high quality DJ and Music services. His background is steeped with music and entertainment dating back to when he was a kid.
When I was a kid, I always loved music! I grew up in the that generation of cassettes and walkmans. I vividly remember my big boom radio with two cassette decks where I could make my nonstop mixes of all the favorite hits of the 90s. There are so many people that have inspired me and so many songs that have taught me a lot about life and experiences we live. It is this same vibe that I bring to the decks. I love to know the needs of my customer, their hobbies, their best music and why they love that music. That way, I get to give you the best experience at your event.
The Mobile DJ
DJ Paddy is ready to come to wherever you are and add flavor to your event. DJ Paddy has been to over 30 states working at weddings, conventions, parties, conferences and music shows. He has also performed in London, Paris, Toronto, Ontario, Stockholm, Copenhagen, Dubai and Kampala.
DJ Paddy is the winner of Best New England African AWARD DJ of the Year 2017 and the most sought after DJ for weddings in Boston and most parts of the North East.
Radio Uganda Boston
DJ Paddy is a regular presenter at Radio Uganda Boston, one of the most listened to live internet Ugandan radio in North America. He is also one of the founding presenters and he DJs a popular non-stop music show every Saturday.
DJ Paddy is an in-house DJ at the party house in Waltham, Club Rendezvous. You can come listen to the best music on his theme nights. Find out by following the social media pages.
DJ Paddy has worked with several International and Ugandan artists as the Main DJ at international conventions and local concerts. His most notable gig was working with the legendary Afrigo Band in Copenhagen.
Afrigo Band, Jose Chameleon, Mesach Semakula, Bobi Wine, King Saha, Irene Ntale, Sheebah Kalungi, Harunah Mubiru, Stacia Mayanja, Leila Kayondo, Azizi Azion, Eddy Kenzo, Maro, David Lutalo, Winnie Nwagi, General Megadee, Ragga Dee, Radio and Weasle, Irene Namubiru, Judith Babirye, Wilson Bugembe, Racheal Magola, Halima Namakula, Sophia Nantongo, Siliver Kyagulanyi, Kusasira Catherine, Ronald Mayinja, Pallaso Mayanja, Nantume Moureen, Betty Mpologoma, Eddy Yawe, Nandujja Annet, Mariachi, Amooti, Alex Muhangi
Tanto Metro and Devonte – Jamaica
Kevin Lyttle – Kingstown – St. Vincentian