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Maro opens up audio studio today


At this rate, it is wise for any musician to venture into other business, because you never know what might come next. Either some fresh talent will take up your position or the public might decide to boycott your shows.
Well, self-proclaimed RnB kyabazinga, Maro is not taking any chances and will today evening officially open up his audio studio called Humble Records. The artiste told us that his main reason of starting up a studio is to make profits and then give a helping hand to rising stars who are not doing well financially. The singer did not, however, tell us how much he invested.
Humble Records is located at Mazima Mall in Kabalagala and the studio will deal in audio production, tracking, mixing and mastering songs, voicing overs and jingles and vocal training and songwriting for between Shs500,000 to Shs2m for a full package. Maro and Irene Namubiru have a track titled Addicted, which was recorded from the studio.

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