Having put on a flawless performance in London, A Pass was also given a chance to further talk about his career when he was hosted on BBC1 Xtra. The young talented dancehall artiste who is releasing his Nva Kampala album soon, couldn’t hesitate but say, ‘Success really is nothing more than a few simple disciplines, practiced every day. I chose to be a humble guy and it’s taking me places I have never imagined,’ he said before going ahead to say that his the first Ugandan to be hosted on the radio. A Pass has often called himself a teacher and he concluded by sharing some words of wisdom, ‘Be humble and respect people God Will never late you down. And don’t forget to be patient because everything good thing takes time. Whatever you are going through, you will go through it.’ The singer who releasing the highly anticipated album next on Friday, May 13th once said that if his album is not the best he will quit the music industry. With that level of confidence, one can only wonder what surprises he has put his sleeves.