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Mbarara’s upcoming artistes decry stage discrimination

Singer Crity Bae Official while performing at Made in Mbarara on Monday PHOTO BY JULIUS BYAMUKAMA

Upcoming artistes in Mbarara City are complaining over increased stage discrimination by Deejays and Emcees who deny them enough time to showcase their work during events.

The artistes say much as they are putting in a lot of effort to record quality music, the DJs and MCs deny them the opportunity to have their music recognised as they accord them less time on stage or even refuse to have their music played on television and radio. The artistes feel this kind of treatment subjects them to embarrassment as the audience would think that their music is junk.

Ms Crity Bae a secular artiste who recently joined music says she has witnessed discrimination from DJs and MCs who doubt newcomer’s work, Crity, however, encourages upcoming artistes to up their game if they want to feel respected and recognized.

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