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A Pass defends ‘Bagonza’ album following DJ Nimrod criticism: You’re not the target market


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Alexander Bagonza a.k.a A Pass’ 42-track album dubbed “Bagonza” has received heavy criticism from the public and some members of the media in recent weeks.

Released earlier this year, several songs on the album have not received good airplay, and according to Deejay Nimrod, it is a “failed” project.

A Pass said that Nimrod’s opinion does not make much sense to him because he had a plan while making the album.

“The problem we have is that we think we need validation from everyone. Just because Nimrod works at Galaxy doesn’t mean his point makes sense to me. I made that album knowing who the target audience was,” A Pass said.

In an interview on NBS After 5, A Pass noted that while working on the album, he had a target audience in mind and that he has achieved whatever he set out to achieve with it.

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He said that the “Bagonza” album was made for his fans and that they consumed the music on it to his satisfaction.

The target audience (for this album) are the people who are already fans of A Pass. I do not go out trying to look for a new audience.

I try so hard to satisfy the audience I already have, those are the people who know what they want and I too know what they need and that’s exactly what I create for them. My fans are okay with what I’m doing.

A Pass

Josh Ruby is an Editor with high interest and knowledge in the Ugandan entertainment space, an industry he has been actively part of since 2010. Leads to breaking stories are welcome!

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