Yet he seems off the music radar in the recent past and even now. A Pass has however come out to respond to critics saying he’s faded.
Knowing very well that most Ugandan singers earn off performances, many wondered where artists such as A Pass without trending songs eat from.
The Wuyo singer said that he has endorsements with different companies. These don’t pay him popcorn but rather money. He added that he’s not even in a rush to release half-baked music.
He said he takes time to craft his music before releasing it and it’s why it always has a prolonged lifespan, unlike other musicians whose songs don’t last more than 3 months.
A Pass also added that music should not be measured only in Uganda but also the borders crossed. Apparently, his songs do cross borders. He also told of how he releases club bangers yet he’s not a big party animal.
“Those who ask where I eat, I do have endorsements with big companies and these pay me money not popcorn. This is why I look good. Besides, I’m never in any rush to release half-baked music and my fans know that they always have to wait. Music should also be measured for how long it lasts and the borders crossed and my songs score in both of these,” said A pass.
The singer also criticized fellow musicians who he said always don’t take their music seriously. It’s one of the reasons that have prevented Ugandan music from progressing. A pass however promised to start pushing Ugandan music near and afar.
The singer also said that he has a heavy catalog of unreleased music and he could gift a song to all Ugandan artists a year till he dies. He has an upcoming album specifically about love and feelings.
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