Following his comments that African artistes do not collaborate enough which stalls the development of African music, Nigerian DJ Spinall has hinted about his forthcoming collaborations with Ugandan artistes.
In an effort to spread their wings across the continent and probably the globe, Ugandan artistes have consistently acquired major collaborations with bigger and more popular artistes.
Whenever there is a chance of international artistes performing in Uganda, one or more artistes look at it as a golden opportunity to grab a collaboration to add to their list of songs, and expand their fan base.
Renown Nigerian deejay and producer DJ Spinall is in Uganda ahead of his show on Friday 28th September 2018 where he will perform with Kranium.
Uganda— Top Boy (@DJSPINALL) September 28, 2018
… Tonight will be a night to remember … Can’t wait to see you beautiful people pic.twitter.com/fzao1h3NeK
During the press conference on Thursday, DJ Spinall talked about why he is in Uganda, what the locals should expect about his performances, and hinted about a few collaborations in the pipeline featuring Ugandan artistes.
Among those Ugandans who have secured this feat include Ykee Benda, and King Saha.
In what he talked about, Spinall noted that Ugandan music is not very popular in Uganda yet he has listened to more of the Nigerian music play on Uganda radios, TV stations, and even in night hangouts.
Could this be his way of helping the Ugandan music industry?