Afro-pop and Dance hall musician Alexander Bagonza alias A Pass seems sceptical about fronting further any idea of weaving more collaboration with Nigerian musicians.
The Cupa Ku Cupa hit maker has expressed his concern on how most Nigerian acts arent fair when it comes to promotion of music collaborations.
In his view, A Pass affirms how most tend to use Ugandan acts to get into the market, but barely return the favour,
“They will do a song with you, and not push it at all in their country, forget social medi, I personally don’t respect 1000%.”
Most Nigerian artists use Ugandan artists to get into their market they will do a song with you and not push it at all in their country forget social media.— A Pass Bagonza 🐐 (@IamApass) May 19, 2019
I Personally don’t respect that 1000% https://t.co/sPfHy98Z0F
This well explains why the act doesn’t hold any more songs with Nigerian acts following the few recorded with mainly Shaydee and Iyanya.