Uganda’s influential hip hop artiste Ernest Nsimbi popularly known as GNL Zamba called upon Ugandan musicians to widen their minds when it comes to making a living from their music.
He urged fellow musicians to stop thinking that they can only earn a living by organizing physical performances.
The legendary rapper advised Ugandan musicians to embrace digital technology because it’s the way to go. That can be done in the comfort of your home than staging shows.
GNL Zamba called upon fellow Ugandan musician to start earning from online shows because it’s the future. Coronavirus period might not affect you so much if you embrace digital life.
“Ugandan Musicians need to understand that they can earn without physical shows. They should charge fans for their online shows. Depending on physical performances is backward,” he advised on his live Facebook video.
‘I have spent a long time without staging physical performances, but am seriously earning from my online shows,’ he added.
In similar news, Spice Diana has been trying to help people who were affected by the coronavirus lockdown restrictions. Her life is fine compared to other artistes including Red Banton, Willy Mukaabya and many others who are currently starving.
In her words, the “Jangu Ondabe” Hit maker said that making money online is one of the best income generating sources that has sustained her until now even by helping others. Besides helping those in need of financial support, she’s learning how to earn money online using her music.
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