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Lil Pazo reveals backup plan to sell pineapples if music career fails


Trending singer Yasin Mukasa, known by the stage name Lil Pazo, has boldly disclosed that when he fails at making music, he will resort to vending pineapples on the streets of Kampala and the neighboring areas.

The “Nkudi” singer spoke his mind as he shared his plan B about what he intends to pursue provided things don’t go as to his wish in the showbiz business.

While appearing on Spark TV’s Koona show, Lil Pazo likened the music industry to a lake stressing that when one gets a chance to fish from it, they should do so and after give others a chance also to explore the vast field.

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He added that he is also doing his best to get whatever he can get from the industry and when the time comes, he will step aside for others to also enjoy the space.

Lil Pazo noted that since his fans have loved his trending song, and due to their demand, after the “Nkuudi Festival” that he has slated to take place on the 18th of August 2024, he will be dropping another high-life jam titled “Ensuuti” that he hopes will also attract much firepower from the fans.

During the same interview in which he was invited as a guest along with Yung Mulo, he thanked him for being there for him in his early stages of music as he struggled to make ends meet.

The music industry is like a lake. If you get a chance to fish from it, do so and give others a chance. I am trying my best to scoop what I can, starting with “Genda Ogule Emmotoka,” “Enkuudi,” and if I fail, I will go back to selling pineapples–LilPazo#KoonaNeSparkTV #Koona

— SPARK TV (@sparktvuganda) June 21, 2024

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