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Aroma: I Recorded My First Song In Primary Seven

Appearing on The Fatboy Show today morning was celebrity singer Aroma Kyavarimukama narrating her rise to fame in her 2-year-old career.

In an interview with James Onen commonly known as Fatboy, the Yoola hitmaker who began her musical journey from childhood says she looks forward to creating different genres of music for her fans throughout her career as an artist.

“I always did music from childhood and recorded my first song in primary seven though by then it was gospel because I was a performer at church. In form 2 that is when I changed my mind and started doing secular music. I'm a versatile artist and all the music I do is different. I produce Afrobeat songs such as Yoola; pure dancehall like Meere yo and Butida and then urban tunes for instance Akayimba or Tokisusa. I want to produce different flavors for my fans,” she said.

The fast rising act narrated that although her mother had wanted her to become a medical practitioner, she ended up supporting her path since it's what she loved to do.

Asking her about how the public has received her music, Aroma responded, “I'm so thankful because the love and the support has been immense. It feels great now that we are open to perform on stage with people vibing to our music. For a two-year-artist, it's amazing,” she said.

Her recent collabo that got her in the public eye was Yoola, a hit song featuring B2C, now the Kampala Boys. “Everything happened from scratch, the connection, friendship and becoming a supportive family,and the constructive criticism. It has been a great experience working with bigger artists,” she said.

Aroma has recently released a new single titled Nkulinda which when loosely translated means ‘I am waiting for you.’

The Fatboy show is hosted by James Onen aka Fatboy, Olive, Sarah and Lesham every weekday from 6am to 10am on RX Radio.

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