Popular Zambian Gospel Artists Pompi, Limoblaze and Sam Chitundu are live in Kampala, Uganda. The internationally celebrated ministers have arrived to make an appearance at ‘Alive in the Park.’
We had an exclusive interview with Pompi himself, the “Bacteria” singer.
If you don’t want to read, you can listen to the live interview with John Kenny Adeya here.
John Kenny: Welcome to Kampala Edge Times Mr Pompi.
Pompi: Thank you so much.
John Kenny: This is the number one source for news, info and vogue. My name is John Kenny.
Pompi: Nice to meet you John Kenny
John Kenny: We’re super delighted to host you.
Pompi: Thank you once again.
Meaning Behind The Bacteria Song
John Kenny: Your music is really inspiring; I like Bacteria and how the song ends.
Pompi: Oh really you do? The guy preaching on the last part of Bacteria is Sam Chitundu.
John Kenny: What was the concept of the whole Bacteria song?
Pompi: Our mission as Gospel artists is to make disciples, multiply and make other disciples make disciples. Bacteria multiplies at a very quick rate. The song therefore is an aspirational vision to multiply like bacteria.
John Kenny: Your style of music is quite intriguing. It is more like dancehall.
Pompi: Thank you very much!
Pompi Live In Uganda Working With Levixone
John Kenny: Have you heard of Levixone?
Pompi: Yes, I have worked with him. I was with Levixone yesterday.
How Is Pompi Related To Abel Chungu Musuka?
John Kenny: I first heard about you when you worked with Abel Chungu. How’s it working with Abel Chunky?
Pompi: It is such a blessing! He’s a very good brother and friend. It’s like we’re family and it’s always a pleasure to collaborate and become family.
John Kenny: Where do you meet Abel Chungu ?
Pompi: We go to each other’s places for dinner. We met through music and discovered we share the same values. I work with Abel, Magg 44 and Tasha as well.
John Kenny: Intriguing, it is!
Pompi: So we’re really family because Tasha is a sister to Sam Chitundu, the preacher in Bacteria.
John Kenny: What is cooking in the kitchen?
Pompi: I have a project cooking although I don’t work with dates. It will be available soon as an album.
John Kenny: What brings you to Uganda?
Pompi: We have an event we’re doing called Live In The Park. We shall be at legends rugby grounds – Lugogo. That’s right; Pompi live in Uganda.
John Kenny: Give us one final word for the people in Uganda.
Pompi: I love Uganda so very much. I love you guys and I can’t wait to get my Ugandan ID. (laughs)
Which is your favorite Pompi song? Kindly leave your comments in the comments section.
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