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‘Who Is Who’ was meant for vibes

Frank Mukiiza, popularly known as Feffe Bussi

SMALLEST NO MORE:  Frank Mukiiza, popularly known as Feffe Bussi is a Ugandan singer, songwriter, freestyle rapper, and rapper behinds songs such as ‘Love Yo’, ‘Influencer’, ‘Romantic’, ‘Education’, ‘Gulu’, ‘Ebyo Byoli’, ‘Business’, ‘Buzibu Bwo’ and ‘Wavako’, among others, will be staging his first concert tomorrow at Jahazi Pier Munyonyo. Isaac Ssejjombwe sought him to answer a few questions about his music career.

First concert in eight years. Why has it taken you this long?

I am so happy. I have been thinking a lot about this day. I had previously planned my first concert to happen in 2019 after my ‘Love Yo’ song and it was supposed to happen at Freedom City but unfortunately, Covid-19 came. With the pandemic, we had to put the concert on hold.

Why did it then take you five years to announce another concert?

The pandemic took two years. Two years of everything getting destructed. Everything changed after that and we had to do proper planning and I believe this is the right time.

And the choice of venue?

I want to start my own thing. If you notice the kind of events that have been happening and the places they have been held at, they have been limiting people’s ways of expression. Some are tailored for the night while at Jahazi Pier, the venue is perfect for a whole day and evening because of its setting. We shall start in the morning where people can come and chill, enjoy the shores of Lake Victoria, eat fish etc.

Besides that, I want to do something with a festival setting because it is inclusive. I have some friends I want to showcase on that day contrary to other venues where time will be limited because revellers come late for events like this.

Some artistes name their concerts after their hit songs. What inspired the name of yours?

I initially wanted to name this concert Hip Hop ku Maazi but Babaluku advised me to name it hip hop ku Nalubaale, taking it back to hip hop culture.

Most times artistes promise what they cannot deliver during their concerts. What assurance do you give your fans that they will get value for their money?

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