Brian Wade is back on his SYNTHETIC wave. He had taken a break – a couple of weeks ago – from releasing back to back music. He dropped remarkable tracks like Game Over and the melodic For You . The Christian/life rapper is back on a more upbeat joint.

Toduka (don’t run) adds to Brian Wade’s latest mind for experimentation with various sounds. The track emphasizes his continued positivity with Christ and truth.

Brian Wade exceptionally, ever since his consequent releases this year, he has opted to add more contemporary gospel views alongside the Christian gospel. He raps: ” The lord of the rings when the king is away/ … I been rocking the speakers when I say Jesus/”

Toduka re-purposes Brian Wades’s continued growth and writing skills. He adds a Luganda hook to this one and has a highly balanced bravado with empowerment as a notion at the outer line.

On his previous releases, Wade explored some trap beats – for Toduka it is synthetic bomb pap beat from a rap preacher.




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Founder I am Ayella NuveySHAWN. I love music, I write a lot about Ugandan Hip hop. I am opinionated. I Content Create, I teach , write, love ,invest, I make music, I manage talent and I am a poet.