A Pass Sounds Warning to Ugandans in New Video ‘Corona Virus’
2 April 2020
Ugandan dancehall singer Alexander Bagonza alias A Pass has released a new song dubbed ‘Corona Virus’, urging his fans to take the disease seriously.
In ’Corona Virus’, A Pass is sounding a warning to the people about this deadly pandemic that is killing thousands in a single day.
He advises Ugandans and all his fans across the world to follow the set guidelines, in a bid to combat the spread of the deadly virus.
‘Corona Virus’ is a mixture of Luganda, English and Patois.
The lyrics were written and produced by A Pass, beats made by Producer Herbert Skillz and video created by Nymy Media.
The new release comes a few days after he dissed Bebe Cool's 'Corona Distance’, in which he actually featured.
Speaking on his social media platforms, A Pass first trolled Bebe Cool's introduction where he was reading out the Ministry Of Health toll free number which the public can use to reach out in case of any corona virus emergencies.
He did not stop at that, he also trashed Fresh Daddy's verse saying he was too amateur to feature on the song he was featuring on.
He later jokingly begged Bebe Cool to scrap out his verse.
A Pass joins the list of celebrities like Bobi Wine, Lydia Jazmine, Eddy Yaweh, King Saha, Levixone, Aziz Azion, Irene Kayemba, Lyto Boss, Geoffrey Lutaaya, Joanita Kawalya, Moses Matovu, Spice Diana, Fik Fameica, Daddy Andre, Grenade Official, Bebe Cool, Vinka, Azawi, Fresh Kid, Fresh Daddy, Allan, Lady Akira, among others who’ve composed songs against the deadly pandemic.