viagra http://crememinceur.com/wp-includes/class-wp-taxonomy.php geneva; font-size: small; line-height: 200%;”>Well, advice ChimpLyf tracked its composer, view Kadongo Kamu superstar, Willy Mukabya, to his Nateete based 3rd Framez studios.
In a chat that lasted for two hours or so, Mukabya related one of the most hilarious life stories ever.
ChimpLyf: Who is Willy Mukabya?
Mukabya: I’m a Kadongo Kamu artiste. I come from Kabunyata village in Bulemezi. My parents are Jane Nabunya and Ezekiel Muwanga.
ChimpLyf: How far did you go in school?
Mukabya: I didn’t go far. I just went through primary school – at Buzibera Primary School. I ended in P.7 – that was in 1985 when the war started. I decided to shift to Kampala and forge life.
ChimpLyf: After your primary level, did you start singing immediately?
Mukabya: Yeah, I had a friend called Sejobe. He was a guitar singer. That’s how I picked interest.
Sejobe also had a group called Kawempe Golden Guitar Singers which I joined and started singing immediately!
I wrote two songs – Abantu balamu bayina fitina and Mbalu. After two years, l wrote Kayanda and that song made me popular.
I developed the courage to stand on my own.
So, I quit Kawempe Golden Guitar Singers and started my own group called Talent Production. That was in 1994.
ChimpLyf: How many albums do you have now?
Mukabya: I have over 20 albums.
ChimpLyf: What have you achieved from music?
Mukabya: Music has created me so many friends. I’m now popular and I also have an admirable family.
Mukabya: Yeah, I’m married to Catherine Namugumya.
ChimpLyf: How about the young girl you introduced recently?
Mukabya: It’s that one I’m talking about. Catherine is the wife I have now. I divorced the so-called “first lady” and sent her to the village. Catherine is not young and has never complained that am so old.
ChimpLyf: Among your songs, which one do you take pride in?
Mukabya: Akagali! That song was based on a true story!
ChimpLyf: What’s your social life like?
Mukabya: I’m friendly and free with everyone.
ChimpLyf: What’s your latest song?
Mukabya: Betty. It’s a new song and I know my fans will like it!
ChimpLyf: Are you a songwriter?
Mukabya: Yeah I write my songs.
ChimpLyf: Who is your favourite Ugandan musician?
Mukabya: I like Fred Ssebata especially because of the song Bandikomyewo and Bobi Wine. Those two people are so creative.
ChimpLyf: When did you last celebrate your birthday?
Mukabya: That is a secret.
ChimpLyf: Apart from singing, what else do you do?
Mukabya: I am a businessman and I have a group of upcoming musicians.
ChimpLyf: Where do you shop from?
Mukabya: I shop anywhere I like.
ChimpLyf: What are your future plans?
Mukabya: I’m planning to improve on Kadongo Kamu style to reach modern standards.
ChimpLyf: Would you change your style in future?
Mukabya: Yeah, I have already started changing. I can sing any style, through making collabos.
ChimpLyf: What are the challenges you face in music?
Mukabya: The problem I see is that the copyright law is not yet active.
ChimpLyf: Which perfume do you like?
Mukabya: It’s ‘My king’ perfume.