As promised months, Gagamel International boss Bebe Cool has unveiled his multi-million music studio.
The state of the art studio is finally open for recording sessions for registered musicians in the Uganda Musicians Association (UMA) on discount according to a recent report. The studio is reportedly equipped with the latest hi-tech equipment, making it quite the investment from Bebe, and a new collaboration with the Ugandan government.
Through his social media pages, the ”Wire Wire” hit maker took time to show off the studio and also reveal discounted fees for recording session.
In a statement Bebe Cool said, “Many months ago I spoke about the president’s contribution towards the Gagamel Audio and Video studio to elevate the quality of production both audio and visual and here I guess he did not know what was coming next…but we are blessed to have a special president as I said…”
He went on to urge more artists to work on their craft. He added, “Let all recording artistes be an example to our people of Uganda, take this opportunity to continue working by sitting home, write and recording music. This will not only give you more good music but also keep your brain away from stress, keep you strong and am sure at the end of this Coronavirus war, you will reap more than your ever dreamed.”
All professional recording artistes in Uganda registered with UMA can record in the world-class facilities paying maintenance fees only. Bebe added, “For audio recording, studio-time of one song is 150,000 UG shillings only for a three-hour session,” according to a report on Mdundo.
Bebe Cool has been at the forefront of developing the Uganda music industry, entertaining fans within and outside of the Pearl of Africa for more than a decade. The opening of this studio marks a new chapter in his career as he sets to impact the industry and its structure.