"Instead of producing [great] songs, you are now coming up with silly stunts with thugs... the likes of Suuna Ben also came up with their kind of music at some point and excited everyone, but where are they now?
"You can't survive while singing things of mad people... time comes when that youthful energy is no longer high... Now, what's in Alien Skin's music?... the only people that probably enjoy his music are homeless people. Those are the kinds of people he inspires.
"Can you wake up to tell your child to be like Alien Skin?
"Whether Pallaso fills up [Lugogo Cricket Oval] or not, the first question we need to ask ourselves is, is his music good? Pallaso has some songs people appreciate... I don't like Pallaso that much because of some indiscipline issues, but this time I will attend his concert."
Lubwama said when Bebe Cool, Jose Chameleone and Bobi Wine came into the music scene, they vulgarised the industry and spoilt it for those who were there before.
"Musicians should know that music is not a boxing ring," said Lumbwama.
"Ask those who know me... you hit me once and you are thrown in prison for 40 years," he said.
Kato Lubwama died today morning, June 7, and he is expected to be laid to rest on Wednesday, June 14 in Nkozi, Mpigi district.