Veteran Ugandan musician cum politician Daniel Kazibwe also known Ragga Dee has revealed that he is not retire from music any soon.
“Parliament Yange” singer made revelation while appearing on NBS TV’s Late Nites show with JK Kazoora .
Ragga Dee who has been in Ugandan music industry for more than 20 years said that he will only retire from music when he dies that music is part of life and that there is no way he can quit from it now.
” Music is My life ,I love it so much ,and I won’t retire until I am dead”, Ragga Dee said in an interview .
Born in 1973 as Daniel Kazibwe, Ragga Dee is one our longest serving artistes, having begun in the day with fellows like Rasta Rob, Zulu Squad and emperor Orlando. He started his career in 1988, at a time when Lingala was the dominant genre on the Ugandan scene. Slowly, emerging Ugandan talent wrestled control from the Congolese, and ragga dee contributed with songs like Bamusakata and Mukwano, Parliament Yange among others when he still part of Da Hommies.
More than 20 years later and with 18 studio albums, Ragga has entrenched himself in Ugandan hall of fame. He has been awarded Best Ragga Artiste of the Year (2004), Best Video (2006) at the PAM awards, as well as Best Album (2005) at the Golden Awards.
Currently, Ragga Dee serves as An Arts Administrator representing Art on the Private Sector Foundation Executive as well as Being Chairman National Culture Forum.