Singer Pius Mayanja, alias Pallaso, of Team Good Music, has addressed claims made by his former manager, Kama Ivien, that he avoided receiving a summons to court. On September 11th, 2022, Kama Ivien summoned Pallaso to court for contract breach through his attorneys at M/s Ocheing Company Advocates.
Kama Ivien filed a lawsuit after Pallaso allegedly dismissed him from his responsibilities in a manner with which he disagreed and wanted more than Shs 500 million, money he claimed to have invested in his music career. However, Pallaso has acknowledged that he has never received a court summons and has denied evading service.
The “Ogenda” singer went on and informed Kama Ivien that by taking the case to court instead of reaching a gentleman’s arrangement, he wrecked their working relationship.
Pallaso is the stage name of Pius Mayanja, a recording artist, composer, producer, and cameraman from Uganda. He performs songs in Luganda, English, and occasionally Kiswahili. His preferred musical genres include R&B, Hip Hop, Dancehall, Afrobeats, and Afropop. In the year 2000, he began his musical career at Leone Island, a band that is managed by his older brother, Dr. Jose Chameleone. Later, he relocated to the United States, where he stayed for ten years before coming home to Uganda in 2014. When he got home, he started working on building his now-famous musical career and started the band “Team Good Music,” which appears to be doing well in the Ugandan music industry.
Pallaso was born to Mr. Gerald Mayanja and Ms. Prossy Mayanja on September 5, 1987, at Mulago Hospital. He is one of the couple’s seven children. The majority of the young family’s years were spent in Kawempe, a Kampala suburb. Three of Pallaso’s brothers—Chameleon, Weasel, and the late AK47 Mayanja—all had successful musical careers in Uganda, so he comes from a musical family.