Singer Tumusiime Catherine, known by her stage name Kapa Cat, has revealed that her music video for the hit song ‘Sikyo’ was filmed using a Tecno phone. Kapa Cat, a former artist under Taf Music, has achieved remarkable success in her music career. She has emerged as one of the notable Ugandan musicians in recent times.
Back in August 2019, Kapa Cat released the audio version of ‘Sikyo,’ a track that played a pivotal role in shaping her musical journey. During the early stages of her career, when financial resources were limited, Kapa Cat decided to shoot a low-budget video for the song in September of the same year. In a recent interview, the singer made it known that the video for ‘Sikyo’ was shot using a Tecno phone. This admission sparked curiosity and interest among her fans and fellow musicians.
Kapa Cat emphasized that ‘Sikyo’ was a turning point in her life. The song opened doors for her, leading to numerous performance bookings. With the income generated, she invested in hiring professional cameras, lighting equipment, and other essential tools for her subsequent music projects.
Currently, Kapa Cat holds a prominent position among dancehall artists in the music industry. Just a few days ago, she parted ways with Taf Music and signed with the renowned Untouchable Music label, led by Kama Ivan and Arafaty. The transition to a new record label signifies a significant milestone in Kapa Cat’s career. It demonstrates her growth, determination, and willingness to explore new avenues for her music.
The revelation about shooting the ‘Sikyo’ music video using a Tecno phone showcases Kapa Cat’s resourcefulness and ability to make the most of available technology. It also serves as an inspiration to emerging artists who may be facing similar budget constraints.
Kapa Cat’s journey in the music industry serves as a testament to the power of talent, perseverance, and seizing opportunities when they arise. With her passion and dedication, there’s no doubt that she will continue to make waves in the music scene and leave an indelible mark on Uganda’s vibrant music landscape.