The last time we heard of Tanzania’s Bushoke collaborating with a Ugandan artiste was on Pingili Dance with Vampino. He is famous for the successful Mama Rhoda with Jose Chameleone and Usiende Mbali with Juliana. The common thing about his collaborations with Uganda artistes is that they all attain massive airplay. This time he pairs with Faceoff a Ugandan musician based in South Africa, whose claim to fame is Stress Free, a collabo with Eddy Kenzo.
On this track, the artistes sing about their obsession for ladies. Throughout the song, the only thing one will not forget is Faceoff’s mention of girls from the East African countries, “Tanzanian girls, Kenyan girls, my Ugandan girls…” he sings.
The song has a remarkable danceable beat and good sound quality. Bushoke gives it the ability to cross boundaries. However, when it comes to Faceoff music, the question that looms is whether he is about to make the same purposeful music since he seems to sing out of his personal satisfaction and the message in his music earns him no nod. Apart from that, in this song, he appreciates the position of women in his life but also shows his vocal ability as he sings two verses. This song is also a better production than Stress Free.