Mpiima Johnson is a fast-rising Musical and content creator based in Kampala. His passion for Music, Entertainment Writing and the creative arts has attracted the spotlight on his daily grind with his audience praising his work. He has a knack for creating and writing content such as music, which has attracted several deals from different brands as well as a legion of fans that follow his contents. He took some time off to speak to our writer about his journey and experience since starting off in the industry.
Who is Mpiima Johnson?
Mpiima Johnson (born, 12 December 1995) is a Ugandan Music Singer, Writer, Actor, Producer. He sings in Luganda, English. He is also known as Mpiima Music.
He is one of the inspiration growing Artist and Entertainment writers on different social media pages such as Mpiima Media and also former Grenade Music content poster/publisher.
He is also one of the inspirational youths in society because of his life changing story that he could share with anyone when met in person.
Tell us about your journey into music & Entertainment, content creation; what inspired you to start music, Arts and Entertainment?
Mpiima Johnson is an African man who comes from Uganda; He was born in the family of Mr Nachos Mpiima and Mrs Namale in 1995. He came into the world on the 12th of December. He has only six siblings. Her father is a businessman and the same applies to mother.
I grew up in Namasuba, Ndejje, one of the commercial towns in Kampala. As a youngster, He aspired to be a Musical Artist and had a great admiration for Eddy Kenzo one of the successful Artists.
In 2018, i joined the Music industry of which the journey wasn’t that easy for him. Later after trying his level best in studio, he dropped some of the Tunes and they were distributed on different music platforms with gave him a fame and popularity on social media.
What type of Music and content do you enjoy creating the most?
Well, African and Afro Pop Music, Raga. In content, I love writing music and Entertainment Articles about different musical stars.
Awana love – Artist and writer – Mpiima Johnson
Am gonna be with you – Artist and writer: Mpiima Johnson
Tek you Out – Artist and writer – Mpiima Johnson
Silikulekulila – Artist and writer – Mpiima Johnson
Why Music and content creation?
Personally, I love visualizing concepts of my own and watching it grow from just an idea into something that people will love and appreciate. Also, I love the fact that I can be a part of the creative process and create something meaningful and relevant especially with the current trends.
But how do you earn from creating this content?
I work with a couple of brands either through influencing or content creation, for example I have done content for Grenade Music, Mpiima Media, Buzen Technologies, Wakanda Mobile Saloons. I’m currently working with Jbum Solutions and Mpiima Media Entertainment Publishers as Content writer, On the other side, I do music Recording and stage performances.
Additionally, I also use social media platforms; distribute and publish music into digital music stores like Spotify, iTunes, Apple Music, Deezer, and branding artists on Google.
How are you breaking boundaries in the world of content creation?
Most of us are conservative in the content we want to put out probably because we’re scared and unsure of what we’ve created so I’m putting everything I shoot and film out there for your eyes.
Don’t you sometimes fear that your content will be poorly received?
Ronaldo and Messi have critics so it’s only fair that not everyone will appreciate what I create. Anyways, criticism helps me learn and get better so I’m not afraid of it.
How do you keep up with the trends or how do you try to keep up an appeal with your audiences?
I attend pretty much every event which directly translates to content for those that missed it and I also spend a lot of time on Twitter and that’s where everything happens.
What are some of your other hobbies?
I love traveling. I feel a certain type of way whenever I spend more than a month in Kampala without traveling anywhere. I also love to swim though the weather this year on Sundays has been questionable.
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