HERBERT HITCH "TOO MUCH MENTIONING OF NAMES ON SONGS IS KILLING ALUR MUSIC INDUSTRY

HERBERT HITCH "TOO MUCH MENTIONING OF NAMES ON SONGS IS KILLING ALUR MUSIC INDUSTRY
HERBERT HITCH

PAIDHA.

A paidha based vedio director Herbert Hitch has said that too much mentioning of names of radio presenters, djs, mcs , businessmen, politicians, etc is gonna have a chilling effect on alur music industry pretty soon.

Talking to citinews scoop on the 19th of this month, Herbert explained that this thing started long time ago especially by some big artistes that has already made names in alur music industry.He also added that with the rise of bunch of young artistes, it has   gotten to the peak.

" in my opinion, I think this too much mentioning of names on songs is not legit..but these young upcoming artistes are just following the already set trend by the old guyz..you see..
Most radio presenters in the land have resorted to playing songs that only have their names on it thus leaving other hits..its quite bad for a young industry like the alur music industry" Herbert said. 

Herbert further states that most people whose names are mentioned on songs are promoters. This, he says limits the ground of fair competition for other artists whom they( promoters) see as dark horses in the industry. 

" most of those guyz whose names appears several times on songs are literally music promoters..how do u expect a promoter to promote another person's song whilst leaving his own artist" Herbert wondered

On the 19th of this month, One of the artistes from paidha who talked to citinews scoop on condition of anonymity said that , most off them don't like mentionings of so many names on their songs but its conditions that forces them to do so.

" man..we don't like that thing coz of people's complain..but you know when you don't mention names of some of those guyz..they don't play your song man..its real.." The artist said.

This week, Ruviecom records produzer Jazim pro who is currently  among  the youngest music producers in paidha said " its a fake thing..my prayers is that it stops without any further ado".

HERBERT HITCH

On the 16th of this month, Bdong Brian a reknowned music promoter in alur music industry took to social media to drop an unconfirmed reports that some alur radio presenters are contemplating leaving out songs that have string of people's names attached to it.

" Radio presenters from some radio stations within alur land and Bunyoro subregion are vowing to stop playing songs of artistes that have presenters's names on them " Bdong message reads in part.

Ideally, artists should give credits to producers, name of the recording studios, label under which the artist is signed under and the name of the sole promoter.

..citinews scoop...

rwthomio@citinews.us Rwothomio Mike Jabila