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UG Hip Hop Cuisine: Here are Food Inspired lyrics from Pryce Teeba, Enigma and others

Have you ever thought of food references made in music and how metaphoric they tend to be? Do you think this makes hip hop even more literary? Being a dedicated foodie, I sat down to write and talk about my favourite food inspired lines. The thought hit me when I re-listened to Play01’s “Ova” – njenva Kachumbali abaako ova”

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To Enjoy UG Hip Hop, Dig Deeper

I was busy minding my business and the phrase “dig deeper” came to thought. I thought about how it has been a while since I last used my digital ink to talk UG Hip Hop. When was the last time I created a playlist based off new tracks? I personally don’t recall. But I so […]

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“So Severe has been like a big brother since day one” – Blixxack

In a recent interview with Blixxack, he revealed how So Severe had a great influence on him and how he is like a big brother. He said that his raps don’t limit him to just braggadocio but also other themes. Blixxack: I do like participate in rap challenges. But in this instance, this was more of […]

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There could be a Fasie and Pryce Teeba EP/LP coming

Ever since Fasie teamed up with the Ntinda bred and mentored rapper Pryce Teeba on “Choices Remix”; she has not turned back. With Pryce, she talks that trap talk. I am yet to rank the best collaboration from the two rappers who comfortably blend Luganda and calculated sprinkle of other lingo to create a crossover […]

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8 interesting references on AJO’s “Won Off”

AJO is back in album mode and we expect him on his lyrical high. The rapper recently released “Won Off” which many fans were requesting for some sort of decoding; a gesture that shows how rich the track is. The No Apologies AJO has come for our ears. This isn’t a thorough break down of […]

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Recover the Money, Young King and Queen

The intro to Baru’s “Recover the Money” which features Pryce Teeba is one of the spot on prologues in Baru’s catalogue. With a super charged employment of the panning, the intro slides in, Abaasa chants these lines: “I am chopping the money/I am getting the money…. Recover the money, recover the money/that’s what I do […]