Tuesday, 19 May 2015
Kadongo Kamu singer, Abdul Mulaasi, known for songs like; Swimming Pool, Farm and many others which had won him a title of female chauvinist, is trying to change his style.
Lately, he has switched to singing about issues at hand. For example, when they banned mini-skirts, he composed a mini-skirt song but this was not well received compared to his previous songs.
The last few months have also seen the music industry lose at least three artists (AK47, Harriet Kisakye and the Bumpwakyi singer) something that got Abdu Mulaasi thinking and it was not long before he came up with an idea that has eft fans and the entertainment fraternity in shock.
Yesterday, Abdul Semwogerere aka Rasta smart Mulaasi as some of his fans refer to him rushed to studio to record his latest song; Mumpe Nga Ndimulamu. In the song, Abdu Mulaasi tells his fans to give him money when he is still alive than wait when he is dead to contribute towards his funeral expenses, otherwise known as 'Amabugo'.
This was followed by a video which required that Abdu Mulaasi features in a scene when he is dead and according to him, the pics doing rounds on social networks were leaked by a fan who was at the scene.
"Colleagues, I'm sorry, about the pics that have been circulating on social media, it's not me behind this and I have no idea who the person could be. It was just a video shoot for my Mumpe Nga Ndi Mulaamu video which has a scene when I'm dead, but at the time of the shoot, there were many people with smart phones, so one of them could have done that," Abdu Mulaasi wrote regarding the 'dead' pics.
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