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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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Stayput drops “G.O.A.T Freestyle” – Watch

Stayput is definitely still teasing us and smartly preparing us for his forthcoming album. The rapper who is gaining traction day by day has released “G.O.A.T Freestyle” with a visual. This is entirely him dropping gems and braggadocios. It’s only right for him having one of the biggest street Anthems (“Abubang”) in Lira and the near by places – he had to release this one.

This single follows the trap heavy narrative “Do What You Got To Do”. Speaking to him months back on The Because Music and More Podcast he revealed his album is ready and coming very soon.

Watch “G.O.A.T Freestyle” below:


Watch Ruyonga perform at Lights Out film premeire – shares stage with Eddy Kenzo

Ruyonga, the Spokesperson for Africa performed his songs that featured on the newly released film Lights Out. He was live last evening on NBS TV. He shared stage with singer and performer Eddy Kenzo aka B.E.T award winner. It’s was a spectacle on set. The film premier happened yesterday 15 October an initiative of the Master Card foundation and it’s Africa Works program.

Eddy Kenzo hit the stage first to perform some of his songs from the signature “Sitya Loss” and many more. Moments later, Ruyonga hit the stage to perform “Fire” and “Hand of God” – which features in the film.

Lights Out is a story about celebrated film maker Isaac Oboth who equally shot and directed the film. It looks at the spark that led him to start a rock ban business and later explore film making. Ruyonga provides original music, lyrics and vocals to the film. Also credited is singer and vocalist Afrie.

Ruyonga’s performance was a huge win for UG Hip Hop. Watch courtesy video below:

Lights Out is officially out

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Arsenal play “Parte After Parte” while unveiling Thomas Partey – Big Tril to become Gunner fan

Big Tril aka Kaiza Rowland has been off social media for almost 4 months and has recently returned sharing some 411 on what he has been up to. Fortunately for him, his hit song “Parte After Parte” still has love from the people and the big premiership team Arsenal.

As part of Arsenal’s move to unveil and create buzz for new signing of Ghanaian Thomas Teye Partey, the team has been sharing and here and there about Partey. In a video showing Partey’s reactions, Big Tril’s “Parte After Parte” is one of the songs played. To Big Tril and his fans; this confirms how big the song went: Europe as well. Remember Cardi B dancing to the song?

Big Tril’s #ParteAfterParte was played in a visual montage by @Arsenal as they unveiled @Thomaspartey22

Big Tril also came out to confirm he made lots of money off “Parte After Parte” this was after a tweet we tagged him on, inline with whether he secured the bag. He also jokes he might become an Arsenal fan and won’t troll The Gunners anymore.

We should be expecting some new music from him according to his recent tweets.

Rewatch and Re-listen to the song below:


“Bad” – Krackbone features the finest Ugandan ladies; Afekuru, Tushi Polo,Kvan, Lady Slyke, Ella & Vkaycee

“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:


Watch Lyrical G, Krackbone,Mal-X and Akongo in “Brother’s Keeper”

“Brother’s Keeper” is the lastest visual out off the long teased A Few Good Friends album. Lyrical G, Krackbone, Mal-X spit about their beloved brothers and friends in the spirit of the phrases “I am my brothers keeper”. Koz and Effect makes a brief appearance in the visual that has its highlight on the scenes Mal-X talks to his friend/brother about what life choices he has made.

Mal-X plays both roles. Akongo is employed to give soothing spirited backings on the project.

A Few Good Friends (AFGS) is a collective of carefully picked collaborators to make friends .

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Watch New “Abaana Beeka” – Navio feat. Flex D’Paper and Joh Makini

Navio in strength in numbers style, has released yet another visual off the album Strength In Numbers. The visual is of “Abaana Beeka” featuring Flex D’Paper and Tanzanian rapper Joh Makini. The high powered single visually pays homage to African greats and the East African landscape.

Navio brings back Sasha Vybz to add a layer to the story.

Watch visual below: