Abdul Mulaasi cleared to cover Herman Basudde’s tribute album

Abdul Mulaasi

Twenty two years after the death of Kadongo kamu singer Herman Basuudde, faded singer Abdul Mulaasi has been cleared by the deceased’s mother to record Basudde’s tribute Album through redoing his previous hit songs.

Born on 5th December, 1958, Herman Basudde joined his ancestors on 11th June, 1997 after being involved in a nasty car accident at Kabale Bugonzi while on his way to visit his bedridden dad in Masaka district.

Famously known as a prophet since he could foretell the future, the talented guitarist and Kadongo Kamu music icon is still regarded as irreplaceable in the music genre given the fact that he used to compose lyrics in his head and couldn’t repeat what he had earlier sung.

In a bid of reviving his faded music career, the ‘Omusono gwa mungu’ through a tribute concert organised at the late Basudde’s residence managed to hook up with the late Kadongo kamu singer’s biological mother thus convincing her to give him clearance and redo Basudde’s music projects as a tribute after all he claimed to be the sole artiste embraced with the vocals and ability to execute the said job tentatively.

Abdul Mulaasi could later assure Basudde’s mum of his total commitment and not letting her down as he capitalises on redoing two songs of the deceased’s projects this year.

Watch the video below of Abdul Mulaasi being cleared by the late Herman Basudde’s mother to redo his son’s music projects in a tribute Album.