Yung Mulo a.k.a Kasimu Lubega says he’s a super fighter physically, pregnant with tactics but vows never to dramatize that in the music industry.
Paul Waiswa had a chat with Tebakusobola singer on how he makes it hot.
How long have you been in themusic business?
I have not over stayed in the system but am more vibrant than many artistes.
I have loved music since child hood but breaking through was in 2012 when I released a truck titled Tebakusobola.
I have also recorded an album titled “sipowa” literally meaning I don’t give up/I don’t give a damn”. The album has six trucks including Love me, Happy time, me Na’ Know, No stop, among others.
Musicians have proven to be wild competitors. Do you also fight?
Sincerely, there is a wave of shock and a violent barrage in the industry. Personally, I do not fight physically but lyrically.
Competition must exist either for the best or worst and I believe it is a song that has to fight a song. Hit after hit, you make it to the best.
Why did you opt for secular music, and why are you aggressive ?
I realized it is the sort of music that gives me peace. This style of music is what distinguishes me from up upcoming artistes.
How do you handle women who throw themselves at you?
I swear and take an oath; I am so principled and tight which is why I always dis them. Many of them are parasites. At 20, I can’t risk my future to accept who ever come my way.
You sing mostly about haters. Do you have any some friends?
I am alone at the moment; with no one to call a friend. This explains why am rarely seen in collaborations.
Toxic people are the ones that contribute to one’s down fall, together with fake friends, that is what I figured out. For now it’s my relatives that are my friends. My band too.
Talk about other projects where you earn a living?
Farming is the back bone of our motherland. So I own 7 acres of pine trees and I also practice poultry on a large scale. I want to be a farmer by occupation since music is not an occupation.
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I dis women because many of them are parasites - Yung Mulo