He runs an NGO known as Mungufeni Foundation and he is also into finance. He is the CEO of Zoe Financial Services.
He holds a Bachelors degree frkm Makerere University and a masters degree from Amity University in India.
We caught up with him and this is what he had to say;What best words best describe you?
God fearing, Hard worker, Music lover.
When did you start your career in music and why did you choose to specifically do Gospel music?
Began 2013 and the reason for gospel music is that it’s a calling from God.
Which artists did you look up to while progressing in your career?
I Looked up to, Benjamin Dube and Hill Song.
Which challenges did you face or are facing in your career?
Challenges include language barrier I can’t sing proper Luganda, it’s hard to circulate music into the market. The people want you to sing what they want not what you want
Which artists would you like to work with?
Artist to work with is Ron Kenoly
Tell us more about your new single You Made A Way and where do you draw inspiration to write your music?
I come from a humble beginning, it’s a testimony of my life
What other gainful activities do you do apart from music?
Other gainful activities, I run a charity named Mungufeni foundation.
What do you think makes a great Gospel artist?
Singing about their connection with God and using music to spread the word of GoWhere do you see yourself in five years?
I see myself on the international platform spreading the gospel of peace.