Rapper Shafik Walukagga alias Fik Fameica has claimed that a star cannot shine for long in the music industry, before a new one is registered after him.
The rapper who ruled the music charts, following his songs like Kutama, Sconto, Property, Byenyenya among others, added that music stars never fade, but can co-exist because the industry is big and can accommodate everyone.
He made the statement during an interview with Spark Tv, after he was asked about his relationship with singer John Blaq, born John Kasadha.
Fameica claimed that he is not bothered by how Blaq’s music is ruling the music charts now days, because he also had his moment.
Despite claims that his music started to go unnoticed ever since the Bubadi singer joined the scene, Fameica claimed that the industry only makes sense with many stars around.
“In this industry you cannot be the Fik Famieca of today, tomorrow and forever. I believe it’s always better, and makes a lot of sense when the industry has like five or ten big stars. I think 10 heads are better than one, it’s not good to be an island of all times in the industry. It’s good to connect well as artistes and have many big artistes in the industry,” he said.
Fameica’s music fame started to fade after he received an underwhelming attendance at his ‘My Journey’ concert that happened at Kyadondo Rugby Grounds in 2018, with the piling debts after a flopped show, Fameica started to have issues with his manager Karma Ivien till they fell out.
Currently, he is signed under his music label dubbed Fresh Bwoy Music Label, and so far he has managed to sign another artiste called Mozelo Kidz.