Rosina Jackson is a sensational Acholi singer with a unique voice so strong and clear that he has been dubbed "The Diamond Voice". A talented composer, as well as singer, his works cross many genres. He has an awesome voice which can cover any song brilliantly. In years to come we will see what a truly remarkable talent he has. He has made such an impact already in such a short space of time. Once you experience him, you will be forever captivated. Acholi Times entertainment correspondent Eunice Lamunu caught up with him for a chat.
Question: Is Rosina Jackson your real name?
My real names are Mwaka Jackson.
Question: From where did you get the name Rosina then?
I love my mother so much, so i decided to use her name on stage.
Question: What were your dreams as a child?
When I was young, music was not any where in my plans; I instead wanted to be a soldier.
I use to sing when I was in primary school in the school choir and people loved my voice, this encouraged me to take on music.
Question: What led you to become a musician?
The people around me gave me the courage to become a musician, of course plus the talent I had.
Question: Do you get nervous before a show?
I do not get nervous before shows.
Question: What has been your greatest moment so far?
I don’t have a specific moment but I have got good advice especially from my sister, it has made me what I am today.
Question: which of your many songs is your favorite and why?
Ajenyekoo. Because it describes how I live in the community.
Question: What support have you had over the years and from whom?
I have got support inform of advise from my sister and my manager, and also my fans who have bought, enjoyed by music and encouraged me.
Question: What advise would you give to anyone wanting to get into the entertainment business?
I advise any one who would love to take on music as a areer not to take it for granted or lightly, its hard work.
Question: What would people be surprised to know about you?
I can sing any type of song.
Question: If you could work with anyone out there, who would it be and why?
I would love to work with Akon, because he is proud of being an African.
Question: what do you have in the pipe line?
I want to change my style of music; I want to especially mix Luo and English. By A Web design Company
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