Ugandan reggae dancehall artist Baguma Crescent, popularly known as Beenie Gunter has said that no one can lecture him on how to do music.
According to Beenie Gunter, he is a professional and a music guru hence needs no one to lecture him on how to do his music.
The “By Now” hitmaker also revealed he likes giving other artists the free will to produce a lot music as they can and doesn’t believe in limiting musicians on how many songs to do. This is especially with albums which usually have 9-12 songs with an EP album usually having between 5-7 songs.
“There’s no one who can tell me how to do music because I am a professional in this industry and I live for music. I don’t believe in the idea of limiting musicians on how many songs they should release and when. We are in the digital world and things have changed,” the singer revealed.
Beenie Gunter has been in the music industry since 2013 and has been consistent for years. Ugandan reggae dancehall artist, commonly known for his hit songs Pon Mi and Olina Work, the latter, a collaboration with Nigerian artist Skales. He released his 25-track debut studio album No Fear in 2019 which featured artists like Skales and Lydia Jazmine.