The covid 19 pandemic has truly taught a lot of people to be creative thinkers. This was after the pandemic severed people’s main sources of income. The entertainment industry is one of those affected and is still being put on a lock down.
Musicians in Uganda after years of being conservative and only relying majorly on performances as their source of income have started to delve into online earning through music.
The service has been in the pipeline for close to four years now. A one Deo Senkungu and Tony Rusoke are the brains behind this initiative.
The aim of this service will be to promote Ugandan music mainly. And of course, to help musicians to earn a living through their own sweat.
While speaking on the Talk and talk show hosted by Kasuku on Ddembe FM, Senkungu said that this service is mainly a distribution center. They will always have agreements in place for the artists.
He went ahead to say that musicians are talented and therefore should not be exploited.
The meeting took place at Pope Paul memorial center. It saw a number of musicians such as Chameleon, Raga Dee, Cindy, Ykee Benda, Phina Masanyalaze among other top officials in the country and the music fraternity.
The musicians went ahead to thank Salim Saleh who has been the patron and chief financier of this project.
We shall keep you updated with more developments of this project as it is still underway.
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