KAMPALA – Self-proclaimed Luo Ambassador to Kampala singer Coco Finger has come out to lash at people who call him a faded artist. The ‘My Miss’ hit maker who is also famed for his electronic dance performances shared his sentiments while appearing on one of the local TV stations where he spoke about music, politics and his plans for the future.
The singer explained that there is no consistency in music and a number of artists face a lot of challenges which require maximum effort and energy to get through.
“I can tell you that music has a lot of challenges. Anything small can take your shine and draw you back to zero. The competition is way too high and sometimes it’s not healthy,” he shared.
Coco added that this is the very reason as to why he does not find it attractive when someone comes out and calls him faded because they do not understand the hustle in Uganda’s music industry.
On whether he nursed any dreams of joining politics any time soon, the singer said that he would only join politics if his fans asked.
“Of course like any other Ugandan, I have the right to participate but I can only do that when I am ready. You cannot join politics if you do not have support. However I respect those who have taken bigger steps to be in politics because I understand how hard it is,” he explained.
Coco Finger also stressed that he is still energetic and more than ready to take on his career in music. He explained that he lives up to his dreams and is ready to meet any challenges that he is likely to face along the way.