Email received and replied.
Dear, Mr richard, how are you doing, i hope very thinks is ok on your side, now i have write to you this massage, because am young musician whos realy likes to record a music in a professional studios like those one of yours, so now i dont know how i can reach to you and i do my music in your studio.
Dear, Mr Kabagambe, how are you doing, i hope very thinks is ok on your side two. now i have write to you this reeply, because am thinking this massage is important. i am so busy now that i cannot do your music in my studio. lots of other studios whos realy likes to record a music in studios like those one of mine. please send them an email.
Update: Before I get emails telling me I should not be so hard on poor Kabagambe, I should mention that this is a variant of an advance fee scam. Basically, the individual books time in the studio and sends a cheque for more than the agreed-upon amount. You then get asked to send back the difference via western union. You draw the difference from when you deposit their cheque. However, the cheque bounces and you are on the hook for the difference. A large number of recording studios have been approached with this scam. And apparently a few have fallen for it. There is another version from europe that is worded well and comes across a bit more convincingly than the Nigerian scammer above.