Winners Circle Off Rudeboy Music Album prod by Baru Ft Atlas, APass & Ivory Namara

Officially Premiered on #SNMS, via Radio City Ug  7th Aug ladies and gentlemen here is Winners Circle produced by Baru (in House Producer Dustville Records). The song is the first official Single off Rude boy Music the Album / RBM a project by celebrated radio personality, rapper and hip hop influencer Mckenzie aka Rudeboy Kella. The song of course concentrates on the competitive nature of the industry to answer the whose better? and who Not? type of Questions. Appearances from Atlas Da African, Ivory Namra (vocalist) and APASS (dance hall). Whoever despite the fusion with another genre Atlas makes the song strongly hip hop and yes of course the beat by Baru is mind-blowing as he explore new school hip hop sounds that he has maintained as exceptional.

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#WinnersCircle is the first single off RudeBoyMusic The Album.

Baru:
Produced by Baru Beats from Dustville Records, Baru has proved over the past couple of years that he is a force to reckon with, he brings a fresh new school sound to the UgHipHop scene and this is one of his best pieces.

Ivory Namara:
Ivory is a 21-year-old upcoming multi-genre musician currently based in Kampala, Uganda. She wrote the hook to Winners Circle and her vocals give a vulnerable yet unapologetic sound to the Winners Circle.

Atlas Da African:
Ever since Atlas joined the Ug HipHop Scene he has been known to be unapologetic, confident in his art, aggressive and yet full of “swag”, signed to DEG he talks about the weaknesses in the industry and how they have changed us which shouldn’t be the case, reason why there is a ‘Winners Circle ‘

A Pass:
Alex Bagonza A.K.A is the most sought after new school artist of the past year in Uganda, his dance hall reggae vibe gives Winners Circle the Rudeboy attitude which a strong character of Ugandan Hip Hop

Released by:RudeBoyMusic / DustVilleRelease date:8 August 2015(Source: Rude Boy Music Soundcloud)



Written by:  Ayella N Robert


 

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