Deno’s first full tape of his career will arrive soon, but first is “Nenkulaba”

Bantu Vibes Pioneer Denesi or as he’s otherwise known among his peers as “Deno” opened the month by dropping a surprise new track in the early hours of October tagged “Nenkulaba”.

The bass-heavy afro-pop record sees the heavy rapper lean into his comfort zone and flow effortlessly as he croons in both Luganda, some Langwe, and English languages.

“Nenkulaba” is a hard-hitting track that sounds like it was tailor-made for live performances given we know how much energy Denesi brings to the stage whenever he performs.

Fans and friends can expect to see and hear as the singer-songwriter says that this is a taste of bigger things to come, and by this he means a whole album that is in its final stages of being recorded and mastered.

Denesi hasn’t released any solo projects since as he has teamed up with industry friends Lagum the Rapper on “Tuliwano”, “Pressure”, “Tusimbule KLA Party”, and past anthems including “TIP” alongside John Blaq, Chenkobe & Kohen Jaycee.

“Nenkulaba” serves as the lead single from his very first album “I am Here” which is expected to drop not so long from now and it will explore the theme of mental freedom through presence and encourage people to be present, enjoy the moment and not be stuck in loops of the past.

About Denesi:

Born Tumusiime Denis, Denesi is a Ugandan recording artist and performer best known for being among the pioneer members of urban music group;- Bantu Vibes. As a multi-cultural phenomenon and with a musical style like no other, Denesi grew up with sound and cultural influences from all over Africa; Congolese sound, Nigerian sound, Kadongo Kamu & Afrobeat as well as a big influence from hip-hop music in the USA infused with Buganda fashion; Denesi has proven he’s here to stay; thanks to his anthems that not only airplay and rotation in top hangout spots but mainstream media too. Denesi brought on the vibrancy with “House of Drills”; a project he had collaborated on with CXNRVD.

Have a listen to “Nenkulaba” below: