Singer Feffe Bussi’s ‘who is who’ song caused a stir in the music industry earlier this year, not only because of the dissing lines that he threw towards his fellow musicians such as Walukagga Shafik popularly known as Fik Fameica, but also on how it changed the trend of Hip hop culture in Uganda. The real hip-hop was awaken, that’s what we all accept as hip-hop lovers.
Before, a number of musicians were doing different genres such as Afro-Beat, referring to them as hiphop in disguise of Luga-flow, a local styled hiphop in Luganda. But according to the smallest rapper Feffe Bussi, the artistes that he attacked in the ‘who is who’ song are among those that do not do hiphop though continue to say they are rappers.
“Fik Fameica is not an hiphop artiste although he claims to be one. His kind of music isn’t as well and so Gravity Omutujju. I had to make them realise that.” Feffe Bussi said during a recent exclusive interview.
Feffe Bussi continued to clarify that Hiphop is full of patches where you have to spit fire, happening more lyrically in the content that you have in the song.
“This is why I don’t fear mentioning their names. If they can’t rap about me as well, they aren’t rappers.” he explained
He however admitted that his kind of music affects him in the Entertainment industry snce he is loathed. People respond negatively which he says bothers him sometimes.
With the relationship with Fellow musicians that he keeps on attacking in his songs, Feffe Bussi, real names Mukiiza Frank says that he doesn’t care since not every one will like any one.
Relationship with Fik Fameica
Though the artiste of the moment, Fik Fameica says he doesn’t have any issues with the ‘Bad Segu’ singer, Feffe calls it a lie. He says that they do not even talk yet they were very good friends.
“We don’t even talk. He was my good friend but got mad after the ‘who is who’ track I released and he left. He took things personal.” He says.
He however says that he can’t apologise to him sinc there is no reason. It shoud be him (Fik) to aplogise to Feffe for not understanding the message in the song.
On allegedly attacking TV personality Sheila Gashumba in his ‘Bad Segu’ song, Feffe considered to remain silent.