Wednesday August 22nd 2018
By Aiden Graw
‘Mbakooye’ is a Luganda word to mean “I’m fed up of them”. Unlike Eddy Kenzo’s other songs that are usually about love, party time, and life stories, ‘Mbakooye’ is a political song elaborating on the political situation prevailing in the country.
As Bobi Wine’s wounds continue to heal under remand, fellow Ugandan artistes, the general public, and the international community are doing everything possible to raise a voice against the oppression prevailing in the country.
Eddy Kenzo has resorted to using his God given talent and fame to add a voice to many with this new song.
In the song, Eddy Kenzo expresses his dissatisfaction with the parliamentarians who have constantly appeared negligent of their duties and are always mentioned in corruption scandals.
The song was produced by producer David at DMS studios. It is a song with a deep message engraved in the lyrics accompanied by traditional instruments. It is bound to receive massive airplay regarding the current political situation in the country.
NIGERIAN SINGER KOREDO BELLO TO PERFORM AT LUGOGO IN TEENS FLY FEST Nigerian singer and songwriter, Koredo Bello is returning to Uganda in a space of less than three months.
We have learnt that Koredo Bello will be performing in Uganda on the 15th of September at Lugogo Hockey Grounds during teen’s event dubbed “Fly Fest”.
The event organised by Fly will be celebrating youth voices and the “Godwin” hitmaker will headline the show.
Other artistes expected to perform at the event are Rapper Navio, Songtress Lydia Jazmine, Geosteady, Levixone, Nava Grey, Beenie Gunter among others.
In March this year, Koredo Bello was in Uganda for a charity drive with Reach A Hand Uganda.
Source: www.mknewslink.com a greater western Uganda news website