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ISAAC JAZZIN MATOVU September 18, 2021

Isaac Iga Matovu, was born to the late Mathias Bazitya Matovu and Mary Ddungu Matovu in Kampala, Uganda on September 27, 1973. He transitioned from this earthly life on Saturday August 28, 2021.
Isaac was lovingly called “Jazzin” “MC Jazz” by many of his family and fans.
Isaac attended Safari Kindergarten, Nakasero Primary School, Busoga College Mwiri (O’Level), Makarere High School (HSC), American University of London (Media Studies), San Francisco Audio Institute (Recording Engineer), Los Angeles Film Recording School (Certified Engineer) & Collins University (MBA).
Isaac’s greatest love was Music. He was the youngest Mc and DJ at clubs Tropicana, Echoes, Horizons and Silk between 1991-1994. He was affectionally known as MC Jazz during this era and even released a couple of songs. Isaac then moved to London, England in 1995 to study at the American University of London. During his time in U.K he recorded his debut album “I just need sometime” that featured well-acclaimed songs Protect our Motherland and just need some time. Isaac then returned to Uganda in 1999 and did tours and recorded several songs like “Do my best”. In 2002, Isaac moved to the United States where he continued his musical journey recording three albums and writing four books along with working at George Lucas Films in Los Angeles as a Quality Control Engineer. Isaac then founded Jazzin World Entertainment and studios in 2004. The company was an entertainment agency in Hollywood, California responsible for releasing and managing over 100 music catalogs worldwide including Award winning artists. Isaac was also a Co-Host and promoter of L.A Talk Radio.
In June 2019, Isaac was diagnosed with Chronic Kidney Disease and started an aggressive treatment plan. Through all the pain he encountered, Isaac remained optimistic and excited about life. He kept recording music, writing books and working on his beloved “Return of the Legend tour”. He promised to return to Uganda to put on a concert hence the theme for this home going celebration.
Isaac was a born again Christian and strong advocate for his religious beliefs. “Jazzin” is survived by his mother Mary Matovu, Siblings, nephews, nieces, uncles, aunties, cousins and many friends.


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    Leah Namata says

    Sister Maria. Siruna bigambo byakugumya. Naye Katonda waffe ono eyatuwa omwana waffe oyo yekka gwetuba tugumirako. I know it is hard but let us put everything to God. Kitalo nyo nyo.

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