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Four New Hot Ugandan Music Videos feat. Sheebah, Spice Diana, Gravity


Spice Diana, Sheebah, Kayzzi2day, and Gravity among other artists have released new visuals for their music projects and we look at them in this piece.

  • Embaga Ya Isma n’Amina – Gravity Omutujju

Gravity Omutujju links up with Bless Touch on his new song titled “Embaga Ya Isma n’Amina” – a song that is popular among the Muslim fraternity.

It is a song about Muslim weddings and Aaronaire outdoes himself to add a comic side to the visuals. Take a gaze:

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  • Owooma Wa – Kayzzi2day

Rising artist Kayzzi2day, real name Fred Kakooza M, has released the music video for his latest track dubbed “Owooma Wa” which literally translates to “Where’s Your Sweetness.” In the song, Kayzzi2day uses the commonly used jargon on the streets amongst youths.

The song combines Afropop melodies with rap with infectious beats produced by D’mario at the Legend Production studios along Salaama Road. The visuals were directed by Deromak Festo of Deromak Film Production.

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  • Busy Nyo – Kapa Cat feat. Sheebah

Produced by Kaysam, Kapa Cat and Sheebah’s song “Busy Nyo” will make you dance. The video is pretty much a carbon copy of Cardi B and Meghan Thee Stallion’s “WAP”.

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If the audio doesn’t really grab your attention, the skimpy outfits in the visuals definitely will. Sheebah re-echoes herself as the queen with the crown. Take a gaze:

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  • Twookya – Spice Diana

There is a brewing musical battle between Spice Diana and Sheebah Karungi and both artists are not holding back this time. From their fans fighting on social media, the artists have now taken it upon themselves to release diss tracks.

Spice Diana’s “Twookya” speaks against fake feminists, something which seems like a direct hit at Sheebah. The song produced by Bass Boi is quite danceable and the visuals directed by Jah Live are eyeful. Take a gaze:

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Josh Ruby is an Editor with high interest and knowledge in the Ugandan entertainment space, an industry he has been actively part of since 2010. Leads to breaking stories are welcome!

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