5 Song Intros That've Stood Out in the Ugandan Music Industry
25 August 2020
[Photo Credit:Weasel Instagram]
An intro is the most important part of a song as it determines whether the listener will proceed to listen to the entire song, or dial the next button.
With this in mind, a number of Ugandan artistes have been working hard to nail their intros and make the captivating to the audience.
This article reviews some of the best intros in the Ugandan music industry over time:
Ziggy Dee on Eno Mic
Released back in 2002, the introduction Ziggy Dee made on this monster song is among the top because every Ugandan, regardless of age jammed to it.
Weasel's intros back in the 2008s
Back in the mid 2000s, Weasel Manizzo was arguably the best artiste when it came to intros. All his songs had amazing intros. To date, when you listen to his jams like; Nakutamani, Zino Enaku, Debesa, I Love You and Abatesi you still appreciate his creativity with the loop.
G.N.L Zamba on Bread and Butter
‘Bread and Butter’ was an amazing song dropped 7 years back. The hit was amazing with the intro standing out as one of its selling points.
Bobi Wine on Bad Man from Kamwokya ft Navio
Bobi Wine was known for his Partois language and opened up 'Bad Man From Kamwokya' in style. The lyrics were not clear to many, but most fans just jammed to it as it had an amazing flow and nice beats.
Sizzaman on Magic Anthem
Sizzaman is considered one of the artistes that have the best introductions due to his story telling capabilities. The whole song was massive but the first 20 seconds got us glued.