Which schools did you go to?
I went to Sharp Infant Nursery school, Arya Primary School, Margaret Senior Secondary School and Kampala International School for a course in Graphics and Design
Why did you join the music industry?
I am very talented and I used to rewrite Backstreet Boy’s songs and mime them in school. Students believed in me and this gave me the confidence to take music to another level and up to now I am a song writer and I have worked with artistes like Spice Dianah Namukwaya, Jimcity, Fille and I am currently working on a new project with Cindy Ssanyu
What kind of music do you do?
I do mainly do RnB but I can also do all kinds of music
How many songs do you have to your name?
I have so many songs but currently I am promoting four and that is Ninze featuring Spice Diana and Jimcity, Londa featuring
Young Mulo and Jimcity; Mistakes and Africans and so far these four are doing well on television and radio
What challenges have you faced in the music industry?
Money for promoting my music is the biggest challenge I have faced so far because many media houses are more interested in money than the quality of music, something which affects our industry
Do you have a Manager?
I do not have a manager but currently I take Zuli Tums as my manager because he is contributing a lot towards my success
How can people access your music?
The easiest way of accessing my music is you tube, Brian Weiyz Reverb Nation, Sound Clouds and Ntinda Hits Factory
What have you achieved in this industry?
Ever since I joined music in 2013, I have never spent any coin on studio bills like other upcoming artistes; producers give me offers because they see the potential and I promise I will not let them down; Zuli Tums, Oukins and Herbert Skills and many others have all helped me
Where do you see yourself in few years to come?
I see myself in the BET and MTV awards because my music is local, unique and urban. In fact I am a start Africa is about to face. I am saying this because I know what I am doing?
What are your future plans?
I want to be a father figure who will inspire the young generation in this industry
Which female artiste gives you sleepless nights?
Mya of the former Blue3; she is the best I have ever seen
What pisses you off?
Love pisses me off
What is the most shocking moment of your life?
When I won the Treasure Life Center (TLC) award yet there other well recognized artistes in the area
Who inspired you to join music?
Omulangira Ssuuna, Maurice Kirya and the society I grew up in in Kamwokya. I am a ghetto boy
What Ugandan song inspires you?
‘Where you are’ by Blue3 featuring Goodlyfe
What should your fans expect from you?
My music expresses all that that cannot be said; I have a lot for you.
What do you do apart from music?
I am a Graphic Designer
Who do artistes fight each other?
I think its competition and permissiveness