Isaac Kayz Kawalya, who is still out of jail, is not scared to speak his mind, and he feels that musician John Blaq will never be able to expand his musical wings beyond Uganda’s borders.
Singing at the O2 Arena appears to be a goal for all Ugandan singers, especially after their Nigerian counterparts have done so frequently.
As the older acts have attempted and failed to attain the milestone, it is the newer talents who have the chance to succeed.
John Kasadha (also known as John Kasadha, John Kasadha, John Kasadha, John Kas John Blaq is a young vocalist who has already made a name for himself in the industry with his bangers.
He’s also been nominated for some of the most prestigious continental prizes, fueling speculation that he could eventually take over the world’s airwaves.
But, according to Isaac Kayz, host of NBS TV’s UnCut show, it would never happen.
Kayz stated on the NBS After 5 show that he does not believe John Blaq will be able to dominate the international market since he failed to promote his songs outside of Uganda.
Blaq’s career is now somewhat stunted, according to Kayz, because although conquering the market with such vigor, his goals were never to delight people outside of Uganda, something he can no longer do.
If the singer wanted to maintain his local fame, the outspoken Kayz also recommended him to hire a well-established management.
Beyond Uganda, John Blaq’s musical prospects is bleak. He arrived with vigor, but he seemed to be fixated on the local market. His music promotions appear to be limited to Kampala.