Controversial rapper PFLA has spoken out on his latest project, that of releasing his second album which will be entitled Nta kuvuka nta gupfa. The volatile musician was speaking to a local celebrity website when he broke the news.
PFLA’s career, which stretches more than five years ago, has been under scrutiny on several occasions, but the star believes his second album launch will serve to silence his critics.
He said, “Sometimes you feel discouraged by many factors including financial constraints but one has to try and move on.”
However, there is reason to smile for him as he’s just signed a three-year contract with Bridge Records. And speaking of the developments he added, “Yes it’s true that I have signed with Bridge Records and I hope my music activities will develop more at the studio.”
Speaking of his anticipated album release, PFLA said that so far the majority of the tracks have been finalized and all that is remaining is shooting their videos. The rapper also took the opportunity to voice his disappointment that he has never won a single award in music stating that it pains him a lot.
He said, “Does it mean that in these six years I have been in music industry I haven’t done enough to convince people that I am competent? It’s very painful.” PFLA is one of the most experienced musicians having pioneered the establishment of popular hip hop crew Tuff Gangs. However he has never been nominated even once for any recognizable music award.