Looks like of late, Eddy Kenzo has decided to use his music to talk about real life experiences and things going on in society.
A look at his two latest releases, Mugole, a song that talks about how fans are demanding that he introduces a wife to them, and Yogera Bulunji, a song that preaches to people to speak with humility show exactly that.
Yogera Bulungi also asks people to seek freedom in a peaceful and united way, rather than using violence and hate because fire cannot put out fire.
The video of this song was shot in one place showing Kenzo carrying a bag-pack decorated with colours of the Uganda flag as he sings. It also shows people wearing different colours that represent the main political parties in Uganda and they are all arguing, fighting and disagreeing. They however unite at the end of the video.
Fans appreciated the maturity and lyrics of the song through comments made on the link of the video that Kenzo shared on his Facebook page.
Nanyonjo Abie wrote, “The song is kaawa. You have sung it at the right time and for the right people in the right country…. if you know, you know…. If you have ears, comprehend and then put in action. Team Eddy always. YOGERA BULUNGI.”
Brian Eric also wrote, “Best song of the election season, best message. God doesn’t make mistakes that is why you are Eddy Kenzo.”
Famou Ug also commented: “Respect papa. I really luv da lyrics ov da song. Preaching is very good papa. Being inspiring to others makes me love you mo & mo… now this song shows us where we come from and what we need to do. Fire doesn’t cease fire. One love papa.”
The video that was released two days back currently has 62,000 views on Youtube.
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