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Master Parrot bounces back with reggae song

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By Paul Waiswa

Veteran dancehall singer Master Parrot, real name David Sifaayo, is trying to revive his faded music career, for he recently dropped song called Kalaamu.

In the raggae song, Master Parrot advises school-going children not to take the pen/pencil lightly, as it opens doors for a bright future.

The song reminds them that good and high-paying jobs are taken on by educated people who, in turn, spearhead the country’s planning and decision-making processes.

Since Kalaamu is an edutainment song, Master Parrot, a Makerere University MDD graduate, hopes that it is taken on by the Ministry of Education.

Before to disappearing into oblivion, Master Parrot was in musician-cum-politician Bobi Wine’s Fire Base crew, before later joining Chameleone’s Leone Island.

After some time, Master Parrot quit the label to start his own, Spear dem Entertainment.

Today, Master Parrot, through his record label, is looking forward to promoting new talents in the country and introducing them into the limelight.

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