Award-winning Ugandan songbird Diana Namukwaya Hajara, popularly known as Spice Diana, has released a track with her countrymate Fik Fameica to sensitize the general public about the deadly Coronavirus.
The song dubbed Corona urges people to take the virus seriously and adhere to the regulations that have been put in place by the government to ensure their safety as well as those who are around them.
They include; thoroughly washing your hands using clean water and sanitizing, avoiding large crowds and travelling from one place to the other, educating others about the virus and seeking help when you have symptoms.
Further, the artists ask God to save his people against the life-threatening virus which has caused the deaths of more than 25,000 people across the world.
In the song, Spice Diana says that the surest way of defeating Coronavirus if we stand together as one. She is hopeful that it will go away in no time.
I really love this jam. I’m impressed that many artists are releasing songs so that their fans can know how serious the virus is.
Corona is such a dope jam. Other than the amazing vocals of Spice Diana and Fik Fameica, the other thing that I love about it is that they infused their native language in the lyrics.
I also love the fact that the beat and instrumentation are mellow thus allowing the message that the artists are trying to pass to sink in. To add to that, they also blend well with their individual styles.
WatchCorona below and tell us what you think. Enjoy and stay safe.
Award-winning Ugandan songstress Hajara Diana Namukwaya, popularly known as Spice Diana, has released a new song and it’s getting a lot of love from her fans.
The jam titled On You has been ruling the airwaves since it was released a few days ago and to be honest, we are also feeling it, or else we would not be reviewing it, would we? Okay, maybe we would but you get my point, don’t you?
From my understanding, this is a love ballad. Well, kind of. The songstress is obsessed with a certain guy so much so that she can’t wait to see him and put it on him. However you understand this is entirely up to you.
On You is a beautiful composition. Maybe it’s just me but I totally love how Spice Diana switches from English to her native language and vice versa in her lyrics. Perhaps, it’s one of the reasons why this song is infectious.
The other reason, of course, is due to the fact that this lass has a beautiful voice. Actually, I do n0t think the adjective ‘beautiful’ can suffice when it comes to describing her voice. As such, we’ll just say that it’s glorious.
The beat and instrumentation on this jam was also perfect. Although it has been modernized a bit, I love the fact that it was inspired by the traditional Baganda sound.
The video, which was directed by Platnumz Pictures, was dope. Apart from the impeccable choreography, I also loved the overall quality and scene transitioning.
Sultry Ugandan songstress Namukwaya Hajara Diana, popularly known as Spice Diana, has released a new jam with Alimpa Ronald and the Triplet Ghetto Kids.
The song dubbed Abafuna talks about how the poor work the rich to try and make ends meet. It is also a prayer since it asks God to bless the poor so that they can gain from their hard work.
The lyrics for this jam are in Luganda which mean that I do not understand a thing but you see the beauty of music is that you don’t really have to understand the words to enjoy a song because when it’s good it’s good.
Both Alimpa and Spice Diana came through on this jam with some good vocals, especially the latter. I just wanted to keep listening to them because they sounded so pleasant.
I also love the powerful message in the song. It makes you think about the less fortunate in the society and how they are treated. Chances are, you will be a bit kind to them after listening to the jam.
Notably, the instrumentation and beats on this song are also sick. I don’t know about you but there’s just something special about Ugandan music, perhaps it’s because it the sounds leans more to the traditional side.
If you thought the original version of this song, which was released in April this year, was awesome then you need to listen to the remix because it’s totally out of this world. No kidding.
Jangu Ondabe Luganda word that means ‘come and see me’ and if you are old enough, you know when lady tells you something like that it’s definitely going down!
Put simply, this song is full of sexual innuendos. People who are a bit polished would say it’s naughty. Anyway, if you are a prude, you should not listen to this jam. Don’t say I didn’t warn you.
Rosa Ree brought some of the Bongo vibe into this jam and as you know, anything sounds very pleasing to the ears if it’s mashed up with Bongo.
I also loved the visual for Jangu Ondabe not for any other reason but because both Spice Diana and Rosa Ree used it to bring out the bad girls in them. Anyway, what good is a seductive song without some naughtiness?
You’ll also agree with me that the beat for this jam slaps hard. Like, really hard. You could actually listen to this song for a whole day and not get tired of it, but then again maybe it’s just me. Props to the producer.
Watch Jangu Ondabe Remix below and tell us what you think.
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