Melody Defends Artists on Going to Gulu.
Written by Derrick Asaba on September 21, 2021
The recent months were characterized by stories of artists heading to Gulu which also attracted mixed reactions, especially from the public and musicians particularly.
The ‘Nkyatudde’ singer, Melody told Record FM that the trek to Gulu by artists was much needing since music is as wide as hope with more evolvements to discover.
“Music is so wide, more especially talent. Those people in Gulu research more about us (artists) than we actually do ourselves. For example I am a singer but maybe when you look at me, you think that if I do something more in my voice, I will be great. That’s how those people are ― they are informed more than we are,” said Melody.
Even though he missed out on going to Gulu, the musician who subscribes to the Jose Chameleone led – Uganda Superstars Association, believes that he was well represented by the leaders.
When asked to comment about ‘Artists as beggars,’ Melody said that everyone is a beggar in their own way noting that even governments ask for help from sister governments.