Experts say listening to music can enhance a sexual experience by stirring different emotions, increasing dopamine levels, and reducing stress.
Suggesting that music depending on a couple's preference improves the quality of sex and sexual satisfaction both partners wouldn't have achieved in its absence.
Speaking about the kind of music he prefers playing in an intimate situation, James Onen said much as Ugandan music is not his best, it helps him concentrate.
"The problem is that I like RnB music so much that if played in such a situation, I'd be distracted. I'd be paying more attention to the music than the person in front of me, and I might fail to deliver and enjoy," said Fatboy.
"So I would prefer the kidandali type of music in the line of Fik Fameika, Winnie Nwagi, Spice Diana, Vinka because I don't understand the language, so it keeps me less distracted," he added.
His co-presenter Olive Najjuma said her preferred taste of music for a romantic situation is 90s RnB music.
Mariana, a caller on The Fatboy Show, said her preference is Jazz music that is usually plain so that she won't have to recognize the songs when they play if she broke up with that person.
The Fatboy show is hosted by James Onen aka Fatboy, Olive, and Sarah every weekday from 6 am to 10 am on RX Radio.
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