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“It is becoming increasingly difficult to penetrate the music industry despite the efforts made through composing and recording music,” Sserwada said.
“We are used as curtain raisers, paid less or not even paid and worse, when the ‘big’ musician appears, you will be pushed off the stage. If you hadn’t performed, you will have to wait for another time.”
Sserwadda joined the music industry in 2007 and has so far produced songs such as Omukwano, Bwemba Nkutenda and Love Bomu.
The artiste is currently operating a saloon in Kawempe were she has managed to earn money that she has invested into her music.