A Pass added that a majority of Ugandan musicians can’t match the voice they use in studio to perform on live music.
For instance, if a singer used 100 percent of their vocals in studio, they can only manage 2 percent when it comes to live music. This always leaves fans angry thinking they have been cheated.
Furthermore, the singer also said that this is as a result of getting used to doing things half heartedly.
He advised these fellow singers to look for voice trainers since there are many of them out there.
“I want to advise my fellow musicians to go for voice training. Imagine a musician can’t sing their own song on live band. Even a fan in the audience might think they got cheated by coming to see a singer of a certain song only to be served something else.”
“Most of these musicians can only sing about 2 percent on live music of the 100 percent they did it in studio. Your voice on live should match what you did on stage or above and not go below. All this is because we are used to doing things half heartedly,” the signer said.
A Pass added that some musicians funnily even forge their lyrics. He also pointed out that few Ugandan musicians can actually qualify to go and sing on overseas festivals.
All this comes down to their vocal abilities. However, since other musicians abroad can do it, Ugandan singers can also do it.
This was the case with Spice Diana caught a lot of fire at the start of this year following her concert. Many weren’t impressed with her voice on live band and criticized her.
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