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Miles Rwamiti slams vulgar lyrics in Ugandan music, calls for quality over quick fame


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Miles Rwamiti Apuuli, a long-serving media personality, has weighed in on the current wave of artists composing and singing vulgar lyrics in their songs to gain fame.

He explains that such songs are total rubbish and believes it is one of the reasons why the Ugandan music industry is still lagging behind compared to the rest of the nations that it used to be at the same pace.

The former Urban TV “The Rush Hour” Show host cautions artists who do such kind of music with vulgar lyrics to re-evaluate themselves and think better before they release new music.

Singing vulgar lyrics is total rubbish. When you compose and sing vulgar lyrics your fame will be short-lived and I don’t believe that kind of music is taking our music industry anywhere. I think artists doing that should check and re-evaluate themselves on that again.

Miles Rwamiti

He attributed the cause of the rise of artists who sing vulgar lyrics is the rush to gain quick fame purchase expensive cars and build mansions.

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What leads them to compose such songs is the fact that they don’t spend much time creating their songs. They’re always in a hurry and rush to become stars and want to own posh cars and houses in a very bad and very short period.

Miles Rwamiti

Miles Rwamiti shared his advice as he commented on singer Lil Pazo’s trending “Enkudi” song that has so far garnered massive airplay.

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