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Feffe Bussi selling physical copies of his new album ‘The Paragon’ to generate extra income as streaming revenue drops


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Self-styled Smallest Rapper, Frank Mukiza a.k.a Feffe Bussi is geared up for his new album “The Paragon” which he anticipates will be a big deal for his fans.

Feffe maintains that the new 15-track album is only for sale and music lovers can purchase it for Ugx20,000 on CDs. A more sophisticated packaging is also available on flash disks which go for Ugx100,000.

While appearing on Galaxy TV, the rapper noted that he decided to sell physical copies of “The Paragon” because online streams are not generating him enough money since there are so many brokers involved.

“Brethren, you will have to pay for it because I cannot give out this album on credit. I am okay with hawking my music because at least, I won’t move around begging for free money. We all need to support each other,” Feffe Bussi said.

He revealed that he will be announcing where his fans can be able to also buy physical copies of the album so he can also earn a living from his music.

Feffe Bussi is also grateful for the feedback he has received since announcing the date and venue for his concert dubbed “Hiphop ku Nalubaale.”

The concert dedicated to his career and the HipHop culture is scheduled for 18th May 2024 at Jahazi Pier in Munyonyo.

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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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