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Ugandan musicians using AK47 Tribute songs to make quick money.



Ugandan musicians have been on rampage ever since singer AK47 passed on. From one tribute song to another, singers are working tooth and nail to make a penny off the deceased musician. This has also given chance to musicians who have been lurking in the shadows of the industry to finally find a chance to sell their struggling selves.

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AK47 being laid to his final resting place.

Days after Dr. Jose Chameleone released AK47-RIP-Tubasonyiwe­, other singers decided to do their own versions tribute songs to the fallen star. Chameleone went ahead and organized tribute concerts abroad where he is minting dollars. In came Pallaso and Weasel to do a song for AK47. Pallaso and Weasel released Mubambazenga. Pallaso has been seen at different stations trying to get the song to play. We are also told that he is looking for 15 million shillings to shoot a good video for the song.

Musician Bitone, who sounds and looks a lot like Jose Chameleone, also released his own song about the Mayanja family. Although he took a different angle of pinning Jose Chameleone for not looking after his little brothers, his song can also be categorized among the tribute songs. The song is called Tulikuki.

All-star singers have also come up with a song that will do nothing but make them money off the deceased singers.

As all this is going on, no one is singing or highlighting the plight of the young family that AK47 left behind. None of the money is coming to the widow and her twins.

Chameleone’s brother AK47 passed on recently. He slid and fell in the bathroom at Dejavu bar in Kansanga. He was rushed to hospital at Nsambya where he was declared dead. Although drugs and foul play have been mentioned considering the circumstances surrounding his death, Police is yet to release the final examination report.

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