Since the inception of the Save Uganda Music campaign over a year ago, Bruno K has been one of the major critics of the Uganda Performing Right Society (UPRS).

His argument has always been that UPRS continues to operate shadily, first, because their system of collecting revenues from artists’ works is not transparent.

He also adds that even when the money is collected, the actual shareholders and hard workers earn the least from the works of their sweat as the UPRS officials pocket the rest of the money.

The One For The Road singer has always appeared on several media interviews revealing his dissatisfaction regarding UPRS’ operations.

Early today morning, Bruno K sent his rant to Twitter where he revealed how UPRS collects money from radios, TVs, and night clubs for playing artists’ music but a few of them are actually paid.

What do you think of Bruno K’s concern?

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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!

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