NBS TV presenter and Purple Party Events CEO Douglas Lwanga has advised up and rising artistes not to let the fame drive them towards disrespecting the older artistes but to rather seek wisdom from them.

If there is any media personality that you would take advice from as regards the entertainment industry, Douglas Lwanga is rated high on that list for his exposure, experience, and diverse mind having extensively worked with different figures in the industry.

He believes that Ugandan music is doing fairly well with new artistes coming up regularly. However, he urges these young artistes to be calculative of their moves as they look forward to putting their foot on the ground.

Douglas advises that as a new artiste, one should not get carried away by the noise the fans make for them. That they should control themselves more at this stage to be careful enough not to let the fame get to them to an extent of disrespecting the elders in the industry.

What do you make of Douglas’ words of advice?

Read Also: Eddy Kenzo celebrates ten years in the music industry

Josh Ruby is an Editor with high interest and knowledge in the Ugandan entertainment space, an industry he has been actively part of since 2010. Leads to breaking stories are welcome!

Leave a comment