Chameleone said Wine shouldn't use his ban from performing at music shows as an excuse for not producing good music.
Chameleone to ‘Prince Paulo’: Concert performance ban is no excuse for bad music
Jose Chameleone doubled down on verbal fire aimed at Bobi Wine.
He said that while he was stopped from participating in concerts, he still has the right to hit the studio and produce good jams.
In a video seen by this reporter, Chameleone nicknamed Wine Prince Paulo and said he is ready to compete with him musically.
"Tell Prince Paulo [it seems he derived the monicker from Wine’s other title Principal] to rest. That Bobi Wine has spoken, so I'm not allowed to say anything," said Chameleone in the video.
"I also have burning issues I need to share... They banned him from performing at shows, but they didn't stop him from hitting the studio."
Bobi Wine's latest single titled Nalumansi, despite courting controversy over lyrical content, didn't impress music lovers.
The song, which was produced by Sir Dan Magic, however, already has over half a million views on YouTube. It's already closing in on Juliana Kanyomozi's Omwana, which was produced about two months ago and has 805k-plus views.
Bobi Wine irked Jose Chameleone and Bebe Cool when he told the media recently that they should move on from calling the trio The Big Three.
While Wine reasoned that there is new talent doing great work, Cool said that they've worked for that title so it shouldn't just be handed out.
Chameleone dared anyone in the music industry who thinks is better than him to face off with him in a two-year race, starting with only new songs and eliminating the old catalog.
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