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Fresh Daddy Requests To Re-do Jose Chameleone’s Kipepewo Song

Self-proclaimed singer Mutabazi Paul, also known as Fresh Daddy, has requested to redo the legendary Jose Chameleone’s Kipepewo song.

Many artistes have been redoing old popular songs lately, especially those of deceased or less active artistes.

Recently, Eddy Kenzo and Bruno K both redid the late Philly Bongole Lutaaya’s Born In Africa song, but fans were not positive about it. In Bruno K’s attempt to outdo Eddy Kenzo, he did not succeed as the song did not go viral.

Fresh Daddy’s desire to redo the song was inspired by this challenge. He claimed that Bruno K did not accomplish anything with the song. It is now his turn to shine by doing his best.

Although fans were outraged by Fresh Daddy’s release of the song, with some advising him to stop singing because he will kill the music industry, it does not seem like he is budging on his goal to become a reputed artiste. He even promised to give his best and restore Kipepewo for the young generation.

“I know I am so much talented because my recent song that I did, a cover of Born In Africa has been working for me. I would also like to re-do Jose Chameleone’s Kipepewo Song if he grants me a chance. And I promise I will give it my best and fans will like it the way they have liked my other songs,” he said.

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