Friday September 14th 2018
By Aiden Graw
Legendary East African Musician Mr.Nice alias Lucas Nice Mkenda, has been in the country for quite a number of weeks now. He is working on the visuals for his new song titled ‘Tuvumiliane‘.
It hasn’t been all fun and games for the ‘Kikulacho‘ hit maker for the recent years. Mr. Nice has been working on some projects that will be hitting the air waves soon and on one of his songs, ‘Maisha,’ he worked with Ugandan artiste, Serena Bata.
The Tanzanian singer is currently working on the visuals of ‘Tuvumiliane,’ which when translated means, ‘Perseverance,’ a song about tolerance in a relationship as a family man leaves his wife and children to go work in a far land.
This song was inspired by real-life events. Mr. Nice left his family back in Tanzania, and has been on the road working on different projects.
This song was written by Mr. Nice himself, produced by Dan Yen and was shot by Kings and Santos, both from Kenya. The video is expected to be released in a fortnight and we shall keep you posted.
Watch the space!
GRAVITY BENDS LOW, AS HE APOLOGIZES TO NAVIO OVER ‘BLACK PANTHER’ SONG
Struggling Uga Luga-flow rapper Gravity Omutujju has come out and apologized to fellow rapper Navio following his ‘Black Panther‘ diss song.
In his ‘Black Panther’ song which was a reply to ‘Who Is Who’, Gravity in his usual rap trademark fast rough style was so quick to attack Navio as he dissed him that at his age he still receives support from his mother.
In the song he did not only rip apart Navio, no. He also bundled up GNLZamba and Babaluku.
When he attacked Zamba he simply had little diss about him as he only hinted that he ran to Europe in fear of stiff competition. For Babaluku he only knows how to teach youths how to get married to whites and after steal their property and money.
But it always came to Navio he unleashed the real Black Panther in him as said that even getting a child and getting married if it was not the support of his mother the dude would have not done anything.
Source: www.mknewslink.com a greater western Uganda news website