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That Malcom Guy revamps Ziggy Dee’s classic “Eno Mic” feat. Kloud Dipo x Keya Nemesis

Ziggy Dee released the classic “Eno Mic” in the early 2000s 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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207 inspires with NBS’s Samson Kasumba’s story on new “Abajega” – Watch

207 the rapper, producer and local sports supporter jumped on the beat by Blinded Beats to spew some knowledge and shun nay sayers who he terms as “Abajega”. He goes ahead to comment on how everyone on the come up tends to be blackballed and denied chance to showcase their dreams. 207 who also produces the track, finesses as he settles the score.

More still, he dedicates the last half of the track to retell or comment on NBS’s Samson Kasumba. He talks about how the journalists was rejected by several media houses for about 20 years without being employed as a journalist. He never gave up and now he is practicing journalism and finessing in the newsroom lately. It’s a story of humility.

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Jay Arc Mwesigwa dedicates soothing “Grace” to his mother and all single mothers

“Grace” is the latest offering from Jay Arc Mwesigwa with most of the lines addressing his love for his mother Grace and to all single mothers taking care of their children. It’s this grace that he brings forward. He raps over a Jazz -Hip hop fused beat with ease and a calculated delivery.

The song is more of a letter direct to Jay Arc’ mother and to others. It’s his “Dear mama” moment as he gives her reassurance. The rapper and Apparel owner is apparently here with music and we hope for more from him soon.

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