At the start of May, Ugandan singer turned politician Robert Kyagulanyi Ssentamu aka Bobi Wine re-visted studio after a very long time giving fans a feeling that the ‘Carolyn’ singer was ready to rock the music scene again when he dropped a new title ‘Katengo’.
He sparked even more music rumors this Wednesday after fans noticed unusual activity on his YouTube channel. This follows the ‘Bad Man from Kamwokya’ singer adding over a count of 40 music videos (41 to be exact) to his channel; including past projects, collaborations and never seen before visuals.
The added music videos include:
- Abalungi Balumya – feat. Nubian Li
- Adam Ne Kawa – feat. Nubian Li
- Aneganye – feat. Henry Tigan
- Bad Man From Kamwokya – feat. Navio
- Mazzi Mawanvu
- Mr Kataala
- Ayagala Mulaasi – feat. Casanova, Kabaaya
- Matyansi Butyampa – feat. Nubian Li
- Bikwase Kyagulanyi
- Inna Di Dance – feat. Gen. Mega Dee, Buchaman, Sizzaman, Woods
- Ladies Wine – feat. Bella
- Mutima – feat. Nubian Li
- Ghetto – feat. Nubian Li
- Mwana Gwe – feat. Casanova
- Mr Money
- Mwekuume – feat. Weatherman
- Little Things You Do – feat. Wahu
- Naye Mukama – feat. Karl Famous
- Njagala Obuto
- Number One – feat. Nubian Li, Navio
- Nze Akwagala – feat. Nubian Li
- Obuvubuka – feat. Nubian Li, Henry Tigan
- Is It Me – feat. Racheal K
- Ojanga Nosaba – feat. Pastor Bugembe
- Omwana wa Bandi
- Sema Say It – feat. Octopizzo, Maro, Knackeboul, Megaloh
- Everyone Is Me – feat. Nubian Li, Radio and Weasel, Chameleone, Peter Miles, Rema, Chagga, Navio, Annet Nandujja, Judith Babirye, David Lutalo, Mikie Wine, Julie Mutesasira
- True Love – feat. Lyto Boss
- Twogere – feat. Nubian Li
- Yegwe – feat. Nubian Li
- Time Bomb
MBU’s Josh Ruby reports that ‘Katengo’ could be one of the singles to feature on the forthcoming project the Fire Base CEO could be cooking. He also further noted that the Ghetto Gladiator’s new music album could be titled ‘Freedom’.
Bobi Wine’s music not only suites purposes of entertaining but also educating, and advocacy with themes such as domestic violence, sanitation, justice among others.
As a person who grew up listening to lots of music from the BBC then (Bobi Wine, Bebe Cool & Jose Chameleon), I am super excited for this one. Now that the Bobi Wine of ‘Mazzi Mawanvu’, Carolyn, and more is back, I guess that’s one thing to be excited about! 🥳
Which was your favorite Bobi Wine song while growing up? Leave it in the comments section, or Tweet me @Mugibson!
Written with reference from MBU!