Pacson and Bably on a recording deal

After the success of Pacson’s song ‘Same Hood’ remix, Daz Baba, a Tanzanian ace negotiated a recording deal on behalf of Pacson where he (Pac) would record two songs in Bongo Records in Tanzania. Lwanga Eddie a.k.a Pacson, a Rwandan rapper told The Sunday Times that Daz Baba and P-funk Majani, the producer in Bongo had confirmed the deal to him but seemed to be convincing the (Bongo Records’) managers.
In for big things!
In for big things!

After the success of Pacson’s song ‘Same Hood’ remix, Daz Baba, a Tanzanian ace negotiated a recording deal on behalf of Pacson where he (Pac) would record two songs in Bongo Records in Tanzania

Lwanga Eddie a.k.a Pacson, a Rwandan rapper told The Sunday Times that Daz Baba and P-funk Majani, the producer in Bongo had confirmed the deal to him but seemed to be convincing the (Bongo Records’) managers.

With the recent success of Rwandese Alpha R. in Tusker Project Fame, the managers were convinced that Rwanda’s got talent and approved the deal, according to Pacson, also a radio presenter at City FM.

Bably, Pacson’s big time music partner was also named in the deal. The two should have moved southwards yesterday for the recording.

Meanwhile, Bably has gone solo and is already doing great with his first single, ‘Isoko’. He has also signed a two year contract with Unlimited Records and is working on a video for the song.

Pacson on the other hand is busy in the studio recording songs to complete his first solo album which he plans to launch early next year. He is also doing the video of ‘Same Hood’ remix.

The two rappers briefly reunited to negotiate sponsorship deal with a telecommunication company in Rwanda. They preferred to keep their fans guessing about which it could be.

Pacson and Bably were among the early hip hop artists in the country. The duo were raised to fame by their hits like ‘Mama’, Kigali Party’ and ‘We back’

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