Fik Fameica Speaks on A Pass’ Campaign against Illegal Music Distribution Websites
11 May 2021
[Photo: Fik Fameica Instagram]
Ugandan artist Fik Fameica has weighed in on a campaign against illegal distribution of music by local websites, noting that he is yet to make a decision whether the websites should delete his music or not.
Popular dancehall artist A Pass started the campaign last week, demanding that local websites that don’t pay him should delete all his music.
This raised a huge debate among top artists who also followed suit demanding the same.
Speaking during an interview with KURT on NBS, the luga flow rapper noted that although he supports the initiative, he is in no hurry to make any decision on the issue as he does not follow bandwagons.
He further noted that before he makes such a decision, he must consult his management.
“I don’t do things because A Pass has said. He is my brother but his decision is personal. He didn’t speak for all of us. I don’t do bandwagon but when I get to a point and want to go down this road, I will make a statement on my social media and let everyone know. For now, I haven’t thought about it,” Fik Fameica divulged.