In a show of support and solidarity, artiste Mesach Ssemakula and music producer Paddy Man have opened up a sack of motivation for wreaked and faded singer Qute Kaye.
Qute kaye was nabbed while picking lights off a car in Busega last week in what everyone saw as the climax of his downward spiral. The singer who had about a decade ago got everyone to fall in love with his hoarse voice and his fanciable look, fell in car lights literally and nonverbally announced an end to a once promising career.
Amidst the scorn and sympathies, Mesach Ssemakula and Paddy Man dragged him to studio where he is currently recording a gospel song dubbed: “I was lost in this harsh world.”
Qute Kaye back in Studio for revival.
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In the song, Qute Kaye mourns how the world had lost him, how everyone kept discouraging him and telling him he has reached the dead end. The singer narrates how all was good when it came down crumbling like a pack of cards and that he has now learnt that these are all earthly, they come and go but only HIM, the God almighty remains supreme. (I bet you already like the song).
Paddy Man has therefore decided to offer Qute Kaye a free- entry -and -exit status at his studios.
“The studio is open for this brother, we are ready to help him free of charge even if he wants to do 100 songs, we can’t let this talent die,” he said.
Qute Kaye on his part expressed the determination to record as much music as his tongue can spit out and pen as much lyric content as his sound head can accommodate.
“I feel great, I am surrounded now by the greatest men (Mesach Ssemakula, Paddy Man) in this industry. I want to say that what is next now is Music Music and Music,” he said before kneeling to belt out more of his new song.