Sylvia Ssaru is a popular Gengetone female artiste who has done several singles among them 'Zitoke'and collabo's featuring Mejja and other top artistes.
She recently parted ways with her long time manager whom she said owed her more than one million and five hundred thousand and was doing things behind her back .
However the manager rubbished the claims saying that Saru was the one who owed him and he even opted to pulling Saru's youtube channel down for him to be paid.
Amid the stumbling blocks she has encountered that has not stopped the female Gengetone artiste from shinning on other platforms and this week she joined the Millionaires Club on Boom play,this is after he obtained more than one million streams on Boom play .
Having started her music career last year she has been the most sought artiste due to her great flow and lyricirism making her to stand out among fellow female Gengetone artiste's.
Speaking to Buzz ,Ssaru said that the issues with her managers have been an eye opener to her ,she also added that the journey has been great and smooth for her and has taken vital lessons from every situation she has encountered .
She advised those female who are upcoming in the music industry to be patient and always work hard to take their music to the next stage as their breakthrough will one day come
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