Raeda King inspires with “Kolabukole” – Let’s Work

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The come up has tales for days. The rise up is never smooth, you have to be a fighter. On new “Kolabukole” / ‘Let’s Work’, rapper Raeda King is familiar with these views as he likens himself to Micheal B. Jordan in Creed the film – he has fight in him.

“Kolabukole” produced by Mac Josh is the latest single off his forthcoming album Sacrifice. Humphrey Kagumba aka Raeda King explores the importance of patience. He also talks about being broke and yet not giving up. “Been broke, my house looks like a dustbin” he raps with assurance having overcome.

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The rapper delivers in both English and Lusoga on the hook. Earlier this year he released his debut EP Jah Ney (pronounced as Journey). This latest project hints at him continuing with his musical journey as he shares and inspires.

His flow is reassuring and he is a composed storyteller as first experienced from the “Jump” as he spits on “Turn Me On” off that EP which features Rey Macc and AJ Stylz.

“Kolabukole” is meant to inspire and that, it does with a bounce. If you were looking for soundtrack for the hustle listen Below:

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