Irene Ntale responds after Lil Pazo expresses feelings for her

Irene Ntale wittily responded to Lil Pazo, who expressed his feelings for her during an interview with Saymore Official.

Irene Ntale

In the interview, Pazo mentioned that he met Ntale, and she whispered into his ear while greeting him. He said he still remembers her voice.

The Nkundi hitmaker likened the songstress's voice to artificial intelligence and suggested that she should give him a chance to date her.

Taking to X on Friday afternoon, June 21, Irene Ntale said: "Naye nga Lil Pazo Mr Nkudi onjagazaki ekituffu😂😂"

Loosely translated, she was asking him what exactly he wanted from her.

Meanwhile, Lil Pazo also expressed interest in television presenter and actress Florence Nampijja.

A singer, songwriter, and guitarist, Irene Ntale is one of the most gifted vocalists in Uganda.

Ntale, who sings RnB, reggae, and acoustic soul -- has dropped some of the sweetest jams, with some of the popular ones being Kyolowoza, Gukuba, Enamba, Stamina Daddy, Sembera, Pen and Paper with Ray Signature.

She has also collaborated with some of the biggest aristes in the country to produce sweet jams, Easy with Jose Chameleone, Love Letter with Bebe Cool, Otubatisa, a duet with Sheebah Karungi and Bikoola with Radio & Weasel.

Born on January 30, 1989, Irene Ntale picked interest in music at about the age of 16 when she was still in high school.

She went to Martyrs Way Nursery School in Ntinda, Kitante Primary School, Kitante Hill School, Makerere High School, then Kyambogo University where she studied procurement and logistics management.

After university, she was given a job in Mbale district, but she rejected it to focus on her music career.

At 16, Ntale became active in church and picked interest in choir, and also started learning music instruments.

Then she teamed up with some boys at the church to form a band though they only practiced with no commercial pursuits.

Then one of the members died and everyone went solo.

Ntale then started backing up a female singer who was doing world music.

Thee singer she was backing one day allowed her to do a cover at Emin Pasha Hotel and the manager of the hotel liked her voice and gave her a weekly gig on Wednesday evening.

It's from here that she was scouted by Swangz Avenue. She had been there for a year and Swangz Avenue spotted her at the end of 2012. Irene Ntale joined Swangz Avenue in January 2013 and left in 2017

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