Uganda’s leading Hip-hop artist GNL Zamba says the entertainment industry must grow past beef and focus on how to make money.
The industry has since 1996 been having artists involving in fist fights, beefing and brawls that have injured many, others imprisoned.
The major beef has always been Uganda’s leading musicians Robert Kyagulanyi alias Bobi Wine and Moses Ssali commonly known as Bebe Cool. The two also organized a battle of champions for the world to ascertain who is better than the other.
Now, Zamba, while appearing on NBS’s After 5 entertainment show, Zamba during the interview with NBS’s MC Kats and Douglas Lwanga said he never had beef with other Hip-hop artists but rather build a brand that encourages all musicians strive towards making more money than fighting one another.
“The forest is so huge; we should work towards how to get more money amongst all of us. I believe there are children who rhyme but the pay is not coming in and talent too needs to be developed,” Zamba says.
The Kikankane star has been away from the country for about six years. He however says, his return to the country will drastically change the hip-hop industry in the pearl.
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