In wake of the deadly Corona virus, Bebe Cool has released a jam with Vinka, A Pass, Fik Fameica, John Blaq, Azawi, Fresh Kid, Paper Daddy and Fresh Daddy to educate people on how to protect themselves.
The song dubbed Corona Distance outlines the steps that an individual should take to ensure that he or she is safe as well as the people who are around them.
The measures include; avoiding handshakes and touching other people, avoiding large crowds and congested places, washing your hands thoroughly every now and then and enlightening others about the disease.
Corona Distance is so infectious. I have listened to it a couple of times since it was released and every time I play it, I feel like I am hearing it for the very first time which is exactly how an awesome song should make you feel.
There are several reasons why I love this jam. Firstly it carries a very powerful message and it will make many people realize how serious this virus is.
Secondly, the artists who were featured in Corona Distance are some of the best vocalists in Uganda. They have the most amazing voices and the fact that they are on one track means that they bring out the best in each other.
The third reason is that the jam is mostly in the Baganda language and to be honest, it sounds pleasant to the ears so much so that you will not be able to resist the urge to hit the replay button. The beat on this track is also dope.
Listen to Corona Distance below and tell us what you think.
Award-winning Ugandan singer Alexander Bagonza, better known as A Pass has released a new jam with his country mate Ykee Benda and it’s getting a lot of love from their fans.
The track dubbed Turn Up The Vibe is all about forgetting about the things that are bothering you and having a good time with your friends, in the club or even at home.
If you are a fan of Ugandan music like myself then there’s no doubt in my mind that you will enjoy this song, perhaps you will love it even more than I did because it retains the authentic traditional sound.
To add to that, this jam is well-arranged which simply means that it flows smoothly as you listen to it. The fact that A Pass and Ykee Benda threw in some Baganda words in their lyrics just spices things up.
Although you might not understand some of the things that they are saying, Turn Up The Vibe will still resonate with you because it sounds very pleasant to the ears, language barrier notwithstanding.
Both artists have impeccable voices and it’s definitely the reason why you’ll retain this track in your playlist for many days, weeks or even months.
The other thing that I loved are the beat instrumentation on this jam. Although it borrow heavily from the traditional Baganda sound, they are still catchy because they were sort of modernized, does this make any sense?
The video is also n point. As you watch it, one of the things that will catch your attention is the styling of the artists as well as the flawless scene transitioning.
Watch Turn Up The Vibe below and tell us what you think. Enjoy.
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