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Tracks that are making Ug go krazzey
Byg Ben Sukuya and APass make it clear they are blessed, nothing will stop them!
Looking for a song to make your nose your head involuntarily with pleasure, the rapper Drillz has just released a project for you. “High Thoughts” is his latest single. On this project Drillz feels lifted like he won the lottery.
On his journey to being the next big guy in the game, “High Thoughts” tells us how he is aiming for the throne as is every rappers desire to be king. More still, he kicks good vibes for us on the bouncy break and cinematic beat.
Listen on Spotify below or elsewhere
“Tuli Majje” is a vibe.
Thinking about the grind, already on the grind, chasing that paper – “Chasing (Misana na Kiro) is the song for you. It’s a hustlers anthem from the rapper and producer …
Some kind of lovers are rare to find: Navio and Shena Skies tell us exactly that on this new banger “Rare”. The visual has been released a few days apart from the premier of the single off Vibes Out The East EP. The bEast African is using this new collaboration to set the pace for the EP.
Shena Skies apparently is now a go to favourite song writer in the game right now. Navio who has been on top for a number of times is making sure he gives us vibes that will represent EA out to the world.
Watch the Sasha Vybz directed visual below:
Philant talks what it’s like to feel stuck, stressed out to a point of contemplating suicide. On this new song “Fading” he features vocals of Akwatia he is also grateful …
“BULGITA” music video is officially out. Fik Fameica once again brought Sasha Vybz to the set for this visual. The love song features appearance of curvy Etania Muthoni and Mozelo Kids. “BULGITA” is the latest single from Fik.
In Luganda “BULGITA” simply means Bridget, it’s is a localised version of the name. The song is a love song. Fik shows off his fashion sense, “Jet Li” moves and more in the visual. The Bomba produced song is gaining rotation with video out it is destined to have even more spins on TV.
Watch and comment what you think of the video.
Almost 13 years ago, Ziggy Dee released the classic “Eno Mic” and years that follow the song gets more and more fresh to the ear. There is even a consensus on how the song can win best Ugandan song intro of all times no matter the awards. The opener ” I live my life like a superstar, blessed are those who believe…” is forever legendary.
That Malcom Guy teamed up with Kloud Dipo and Keya Nemesis to give the song their touch of dancehall, gengetone and trap feel as first; fans and then artists themselves. This is homage to the mighty Ziggy Dee, who often says music didn’t really pay him that much but as regards respect this song is one that brings that forward in abundance.
To accompany this remix is a lyrics visualiser.
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“Bad” is entirely a bad girl ting besides the ignorable cameo that Krackbone makes at the beginning of the visual. Krack and his Ace Plug Entertainment released an Afro-centric and futuristic album, EGO with hip hop at its core in August this year. To carry on the campaign, “Bad” off the album has a visual now. The song was produced by Yung Jey Basalesale.
In order of appearance: Afekuru, Tushi Polo,Kvan, Lady Slyke, Ella and Vkaycee bless us with their mic abilities and supreme beauty to match the music. The ladies show skin here and there call it a melanin show, endowment in a visual well chopped by Grate Make /Pest. To the set an Afro – Urban feel is brought out in line with the themes of the album. Of the ladies, rapper Lady Slyke happens to be the longest performing artist out of the posse. She is more of the old guard passing the torch to the new breed of female artistes – she excites with so much youth.
“Bad” visual expresses the feminine power, fashion and emphasises that ladies/women ran the world and thus an anthem is here. We get dancehall, Rnb and rap at its best with no limit – which is actually the agenda on this project. This is certainly the face of Ugandan music that needs to be supported for stars are already born it’s up to us to get with the program.
Watch visual below: