Recently, the music industry in Uganda has been buzzing with the news of a feud between two talented artists, David Lutalo and Pallaso. It all started when Lutalo, during an interview, commended King Saha for his hard work and advised Pallaso and Ziza Bafana to improve their musical game. This seemingly innocent advice did not sit well with Pallaso, who retaliated by making unkind comments towards Lutalo.
However, in a recent interview on Dembe FM’s Talk and Talk show, David Lutalo defended his remarks and urged Pallaso to take his advice constructively. He emphasized that he was not trying to belittle Pallaso, but rather wanted to help him succeed in his career.
Lutalo went on to say that Pallaso should view criticism from fellow artists as an opportunity to reevaluate his music career and make changes where necessary. He cautioned Pallaso against casting blame and instead encouraged him to focus on improving his craft.
“Pallaso should not take my words as an attack on his talent. I only want to see him do better and achieve more in his music career,” Lutalo said. “He should take my comments constructively and use them as motivation to improve his skills.”
It takes a great deal of courage to offer constructive criticism to a fellow artist, especially in a highly competitive industry such as the music industry. However, David Lutalo’s approach shows that he is more concerned with the success of his colleagues than his own personal gain.
David Lutalo urges Pallaso to take in reviews from fellow musicians if he wants his career to flourish pic.twitter.com/esyzVl6WzR
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In conclusion, it is important for artists to welcome constructive criticism from their peers, as it offers an opportunity for growth and improvement. David Lutalo’s advice to Pallaso is a reminder that success in the music industry requires hard work, dedication, and an open mind to feedback. As artists, we should all strive to support and encourage each other to reach our full potential.