Kiirya Beats

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Birth nameKiirya Moses
Born (1992-02-23) 23 February 1992 (age 30)
Namirembe Hospital Kampala, Uganda
GenresAfropop, Afrobeats, Ragga, Dancehall
Years active2012 - present
LabelsVerscope Records
Associated actsWilly Paul
Websitekiiryabeats.com

Kiirya Moses, Better known by his stage name Kiirya Beats[1] is a Ugandan music producer, sound engineer, online beat maker, List of Ugandan musicians|musician and entrepreneur. He was born in Uganda on 23 February 1992 kampala at Mengo Hospital|Namirembe hospital. He is the founder of Verscope records.

Early Life

Kiirya Beats was raised by both of his parents and later they separated at an early age that led Kiirya beats to end up selling food staffs on the streets of kampala at the age of 12[2]. The last born of ten siblings attended Nakivubo settlement primary school for his primary. He then later joined a vocational training institute where he learnt motor vehicle technology maintenance and repair and driving, he spent two years working as a mechanic in the garage and later joined Kinyara Sugar Works Limited|Kinyara Sugar Works and worked there as a driver for a year.

Music Career

Kiirya Beats was inspired by his mother who was the church choir lead singer and after joining school where he met a lot of friends and they participated in school singing competitions.

In 2008 he met with two friends named Muhindo Romano and Alinatwe Ronald and they started doing music practice, singing and production as time went by he later met with another friend called m16 in 2012 they formed a record label and a recording studio called Verscope Records where he used to make deals with independent musicians. Kiirya Beats worked with live bands such as Uganda Police Jazz Band, Kabona Family and many more, In 2014 Kiirya Beats started a YouTube channel[3] where he gives out free instrumentals and also music business tips that found success and featured on East African television channels that include NTV (Kenyan TV channel)|NTV Kenya, Urban TV Uganda, Spark TV, Bukedde TV, BBS Telefaina and many more.

He is also known for working with artists like Willy Paul, Mejja, Lazeri, Yung Baller, Lizy Kurdz, Slaughterman, Mr straight, Fresh Kid Ug, Chika[4] and producers like Dryo D'genius, Madder Kayz, Nigel Beats and among others.[5][6]

Discography

Songs

  • Am sorry[7][8]
  • Lotto
  • Njagala gwe Ft Bex
  • Pelere
  • Medulla Ft Lazeri

Albums

  • Afro Mixtape, 2019
  • Ten In One, 2020
  • Afro Shaddy, 2021
  • Make Money, 2021

Some of the popular songs and albums produced by Kiirya Beats include the following

Feud

There has been an unending feud between Kiirya Beats and other musicians in Uganda.

References

  1. "Kiirya Beats". Music In Africa. 2020-02-01. Retrieved 2021-08-11.
  2. "Kiirya Beats Songs, Biography, Music downloads | Blizz Uganda". blizz.co.ug. Retrieved 2021-08-11.
  3. "I make around $100 monthly,Kiirya Beats rubbishes false reports about his YouTube returns". afromusic.net. Retrieved 2021-03-27.
  4. "New Release: St. Chika - Ten Over Ten". Modern Ghana. Retrieved 2021-03-27.
  5. "Kiirya Beats beats the odds, becomes first Ugandan to have a verified Facebook profile". afromusic.net. Retrieved 2021-05-04.
  6. beats, kiirya (2021-08-11). "kiirya beats news". westnile music.{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: url-status (link)
  7. https://plus.google.com/+HowweBizUg. "Kiirya Beats | Am Sorry | Free Mp3 Download". Howwe Entertainment. Retrieved 2021-08-11. {{cite web}}: |last= has generic name (help); External link in |last= (help)
  8. "Kiirya Beats - Am Sorry : Free Mp3 Download, Audio Download - UgZiki.co.ug". UG Ziki. Retrieved 2021-08-11.
  9. "NYE - WILLY PAUL FT MEJJA - MP3 AUDIO DOWNLOAD". RALINGO. 2020-11-25. Retrieved 2021-08-11.
  10. "Willy Paul teases 'Songs of Solomon' Album drop - The Sauce". www.capitalfm.co.ke. Retrieved 2021-08-11.
  11. Chronicle, The. "SA-based Fresh the Charmer drops second album". The Chronicle. Retrieved 2021-03-27.
  12. "Kalifah Aganaga and Prince Omar in a Bitter Song Theft Scandal". blizz.co.ug. Retrieved 2021-03-27.
  13. CORRESPONDENT, GILBERT KAZIBWE | PML Daily (2020-08-15). "I am sorry! Audio producer coils tail, apologises to artist Prince Omar". PML Daily. Retrieved 2021-03-27.

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