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ASAP on moving forward

Pricilla Mukokobi

Singer speaks on ways his fellow up and coming acts can work on during the pandemic.

Artist ASAP Courry is the gift that keeps giving, despite all odds that creatives are facing during the pandemic facing us. The singer who has been in the game since 2017 and is still an up and coming star recently released an EP titled And Then After on online platforms. According to the Germander singer, the pandemic continues to show creatives like him the importance of investing in streaming sites. He says through such initiatives, one can easily be an internationally recognised star, killing two birds with one stone. ASAP who is also a tertiary student says working on other talents and skills besides music alone help sustain one financially.

“ Challenges are a lot but the main one is the pandemic due to the physical restrictions it comes with. I wouldn’t say there is a bright side to things other than releasing songs one is holding onto and sharing them on online platforms,” he said.

In his interview with unwrap.online the passionate singer stated that he is working on dropping visuals for his released music which is something to look forward to.

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