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Bad Black wasn’t meant to sing – Ray Signature


Now for those who were wondering why there was no other song after Mud Guard, you can comfortably add Bad Black to the list of one hit wonders. Also, stop waiting for a concert. News reaching us is that Shanita Namuyimbwa, aka Bad Black won’t be living her sworn dream after prison.

In a conversation, Ray Signature, who wrote Bad Black’s Mud Guard song, said Black was not a singer. This was after we asked why the song he wrote for Bad Black did not work out like the other songs he has written for other artistes such as Rema, Irene Ntale, Julianna Kanyomozi and Lydia Jasmine among others.

“Black was not a singer, she only had the money and when she approached me, I could not refuse to work with her, after all she was paying me a good sum,” Ray said.
What we know is that the ex-convict has joined the born again crusade and as we told you last week, she has diverted her funds into building a church in Bugoloobi.

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