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    "The Ugandan music industry is failing because of lack of support." Lil Pazo.

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    • May 18, 2024 • 29 days ago
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    Lil Pazo comically compared the Ugandan music industry to an electric pole, citing that just like that pole has a start and an end, the Ugandan industry saw a glorious start but already reached its end

    Musician Lil Pazo Lunabe is one of the musicians that have been in the Ugandan entertainment scene for a very long while, I must say. He has seen the music industry on it’s good days, moderate days as well as its worst days.

    However, Lil Pazo believes that at this point, the music industry is not advancing as musicians had anticipated way back. According to Lil Pazo, the music industry is stagnated and there are no improvements or new developments, but rather quite the opposite.

    Lil Pazo stated that the industry is still facing these challenges and no matter how much musicians try to work hard, bring in new music as well as Spice their songs, the industry will not improve until a few issues are fixed the right way.

    Pazo

    While speaking in an interview on a You tube channel dubbed The VybeLife YouTube channel, he explained that even when he has been involved in the music industry for a while now, he hasn’t viewed any changes within the industry ever since he rose to fame way back in 2015 with his hit song “Emotooka”.

    Lil  Pazo even comically  compared the Ugandan music industry to an electric pole, citing that just like that pole has a start and an end, the Ugandan industry saw a glorious start but already reached its end as it is currently shows no signs of progressing but rather is stagnated in one place, hence considering it the end.

    Lil Pazo went on to stipulate reasons as to why this stagnation occurred in the music industry, citing the lack of support between Ugandan musicians. According to his words, Ugandans spend a lot of time fighting each other and growing beef instead of supporting each other in the art.

    He also stated that another reason could be failure to implement the copyright bill. Pazo stated that he has realized that the Ugandan Government is deliberately delaying the implementation of the copyright bill hence musicians are not benefiting much from their endeavors.

    Pazo

    The Ugandan music industry has nowhere it is going. It is neither going up nor going down. it is just there, simply, it stagnated. One of the reasons I say so is because wishing well for each other in the music industry is quite hard and very low. In my Country, we don’t support one another like how the Nigerians do. Ugandan music is similar to an electricity pole because it has where it starts from and ends, which is exactly the Ugandan industry that stopped. Even the rising artists won’t go far because even the government has delayed passing the Copyright bill.” He stated

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    Komugisa Shalom
    Komugisa Shalom ᛫ 29 days ago
    🤣🤣🤣🤣oh wow. Electric pole.

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