Why Cindy Rejected Crysto Panda

He needs to level up.

By  | Jun 09, 2020, 07:31 AM  | Cindy  | Drama

Cindy Sanyu has clearly earned her position at the top of the Ugandan music industry for her creativity, versatility and unique sound which gives her a pass to gloat just a little about her success.

The self-proclaimed ‘King’ who started the year on a high note selling out Lugogo Cricket Oval in a massive concert is not one to just sign up for any collaborations with any artist, especially those she does not deem fit for her caliber.

If this is to go by, I am sure we all know exactly why she rejected a request by upcoming artist, Crysto Panda to collaborate with him on a remix to one of his tracks. The artist who later convinced Sheebah to jump on the track might have been a little too musical for 'The King’s' level.

Some people are still arguing that Sheebah only allowed to do the ‘Kyoyina Omanya’ remix with Crysto Panda to rub her nemesis, Cindy Sanyu the wrong way. However, in an interview with Spark TV, the ‘Ayokya Yokya’ hit maker has come out to clarify on why he turned down Crysto’s request. 
 “That wasn’t demeaning him given the fact he is still at a lower level. I made the decision basing on what he deserves at such a level not above him. I listened to his music and I advised him to start with an easy style for him not complicated as mine,” stated Cindy.“When am working with an artist, he/she should bare a high lyrical maturity. This is because, when we go to studio, my first touch on the song may scare him and he ends up dumping the project. That’s why I advised him to start off with an artist like Spice Diana,” she added.

I think it was better idea to do the song with Sheebah because they complimented each other and it will benefit his career.
.“Its very hard for him to understand my point at the moment but am sure he will one day when he gets to my level.
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So this is not a case of bad blood but more of a piece of advice to Crysto to level up before approaching big artists for work… oucchh! That hurt.

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