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Benny Black’s W.Y.K. invites us to talk about Depression – We should be proud

Other than the rap shit, what do you know about me? – if that particular line doesn’t pierce your back then your spine needs checking. W.Y.K (What You Know) is a sort of tribute song, reactionary artistry and a call to talk about depression. First off, we  (NuveyLive) are proud of Benny Black for talking about […]

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Clear The Air, Part four: ‘Can’t a Girl go Ahead without giving Head?’

First off, I need to admit my crush on Ginsu. Like FAM, I have a thing –it is only a thing and I like to keep it at that. In fact when I heard she gone gospel it was like a turn on FAM. We all know a crush often leads to burning – Atlas […]

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Top UG Hip-Independence Playlist 2017

In this year’s edition of the top hip-independence (hip hop inspired Independence Day) playlist; we have interesting entries that we think really deserve to be mentioned. Year to year we do curate this playlist as a way for us to show we can celebrate Uganda’s independence through hip hop. We also aim at limiting the […]

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Clear The Air – Part one: a Defence for UG Trap music

I am writing this piece listening to my line up of so-called “Trap songs”. First on the list is Megu by Titi Deewani and shortly Kijanah and his Hakuna Stress will follow. I am a music fan and I listen to anything if it works for me, it should stick right? Even if it doesn’t […]

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UG Rap Battles are dead?

2015 was an amazing year if you asked me. It was the year I seriously opted to drop everything else I blogged about and focused on Hip Hop, Poetry and Spoken word. The three mentioned items make up the soul of what we do hear at NuveyLive. I had been writing before on so many […]

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Bobi Wine is or will now be a Rap Metaphor thanks to Pryce Teeba – 7 ways why

First of all I feel like Bobi Wine, Ladies wine or even better Honorable Kyagulanyi Robert. Okay no political inclination here! Bobi Wine (the track) is wavy but not everyone can jump on. Roughly, a metaphor is a direct comparison to two unlike things to bring out their connectedness. (The picture is comparison) According to Yourdictionary.com a metaphor is […]