Once hailed as one of Uganda’s biggest talents, ragga crooner Mad Tiger has returned from the abyss to the rescue of fellow artists who campaigned for President Museveni in the last elections.
“It makes no sense boycotting musicians work because of their political affiliations. As for myself a music veteran I say it’s useless, Ugandans love good music for example if you are to see Bebe Cool and Chameleone are all doing well. The Tubonga Naawe boycott no sense will fade away,” said the veteran who prefers to call himself Mutoto Wa Afrika (Child of Africa)
“I personally performed at all Radio and Weasel’s recent Omwana Wa Baandi album launch shows, they were all massive except the Mukono show that did not take place,” he added.
Veteran Tiger who was in 2013 once arrested for herding cattle in the city suburbs of Natete is currently promoting his ‘Ffe Tuliko’ song off his new ‘Across The Nile’ album which he is slated to launch in December.
“I am still promoting my ‘Ffe Tuliko’ tune and recently got done with the shooting of its video at JahLive studios. Very soon it’s coming out. I should be launching my album in December because people have showed me love and I feel am back in the game,” Mad Tiger said.
Mad Tiger has nine albums .He became popular in 2001 hit with his hit ‘Obulamu bwensi bunyuma kilo’.
His latest album has tracks like Across the Nile, Ffe Tuliko, Lonely, Many Many, New Day, A Uganda, Police, Jah Jah, Dem A Feel and Ina Di Dancehall.
Reporting by Atwiine Simon Peter