Dancehall artist A pass who promised to quit music if his nva Kampala album flopped, recently came out and said that he doesn’t see the competitive energy of the Ugandan music industry.
‘I luv the competitive energy in the Ugandan music industry but on the other hand I don’t see any!!! Because they write songs I write history,’ he said before talking about his Mariana video,
‘In a few days I am going to be unveiling a music video and it is not just a video but history.‘
A few weeks ago the Wuuyo singer expressed his frustration towards artists who are using his name as stepping stone to build their careers instead of them putting in the hard work like he did.
‘Don’t try to use A PASS’s name to sell your music or your artist please work like everybody else, go to radios and TV shows and tell people about yourself. That’s how it’s done, build your brand brick by brick because your words mean nothing if your music is not doing well,’ he said.
The young artiste has worked so hard to get his career where it is at the moment. It’s with vigilance and tenacity that saw him push all limitations that were placed on him.