Levixone Explains Why He Doesn’t Believe in Competition Among Artists

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By Gloria

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Celebrated Ugandan gospel artist Levixone has said he doesn't believe in competition in the music industry, arguing that every artist has his/her own time to shine; therefore, competitions are in his view, a waste of time.

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According to him, rather than competing, artists should work together and ensure they all thrive.

Levixone said he personally pushes and promotes projects from other artists in order to ensure they receive airplay and move beyond the country’s boarders so that the industry can grow.

"Personally, I do what I can. I make sure every song that I receive is shared as much as I can. There is no failure because things change all the time," Levixone spoke to Spark TV.

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"I don't believe in competition. I believe when God created us, he planned for each one of us. He gave each person his prime time. We may all not blow up at once but every artist has to wait for their own time which will definitely come,” he added.

Currently, Levixone is one of the leading gospel artists in the country thanks to his moving songs. His high consistency and quality productions have seen him receive several recognitions at home and abroad.

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