The singer went silent on music during the onset of Covid-19 lockdowns. He only concentrated on fitness workout and social media influencing for certain brands. Fans asked about him and called him out to sing again but he didn’t respond to any of them.
Last year he returned to the music scene by releasing an album. The album wasn’t given attention by the media and the songs on it didn’t go viral. A Pass now returned to the media to push his album and tell his fans that he is back on the music scene as their artist.
Like any other Ugandan with rights, he was asked how he feels about Members of Parliament and their contribution to the industry.
According to A Pass, MPs don’t know anything about the entertainment industry although they pretend to know something. He said most of them know the little things like songs are produced. However, they don’t know how and where it’s done yet artists are among the people they represent in Parliament.
The outspoken singer said he doesn’t and will not respect MPs unless they do what they are supposed to do.
“I don’t respect most MPs in Uganda because they don’t know what they are doing and they don’t know what they want. As an artist, I expect an MP who represents me to know something about music. Until they understand I will not have respect for most of them,” said.
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