KAMPALA — Fast rising young rapper Patrick Ssenyonjo alias Fresh Kid is currently contemplating on whether it is worth doing a musical project with his father Paul Mutabazi alias Fresh Daddy.
The former De Texas Entertainment rapper revealed how he is not certain about when he and his father will be teaming up to drop a hit of a collabo.
In an interview yesterday, the nine-year-old opened up about how he is not having plans of linking up with his dad for a collabo.
When the ‘Tozikiza’ hit rapper was asked to reveal when he hoped to bless the ‘Mazike’ hit maker with a collabo, he said that they will first have to sit down and discuss a few issues before they hit the recording booth.
“I haven’t yet said that I won’t offer my dad a collabo but we will first have to discuss that before we both hit the recording booth if you have listened to his most recent song,” he said.
If the collabo comes to pass it will not be the first project the father has featured on with his singing son.
Nine months ago, Fresh Daddy featured in the 9-year-old’s new music video for his song dubbed ‘Tozikiza’.
The video contains various scenes of Fresh Kid in the ghetto, church, and in his school uniform as he emphasizes hard work with different people hustling hard.
Fresh Daddy makes an appearance in church as Fresh Kid, dressed as a pastor, preaches the gospel of hope in the song.
Fresh daddy also recently announced how he had abandoned his music genre and joined the reggae music industry claiming he had a serious dream in which reggae maestro Bob Marley was giving him props.
According to Fresh Daddy, he was asleep one day when Bob Marley appeared to him in a dream.
“He appeared to me in a dream and we talked, he asked me to be his replacement. He came to be and said wagwan wagwan, wayasay, deya deya. I picked some words I could understand and left the rest. What is important is he asked me to replace him,” Fresh Daddy claimed.