Gravity Omutujju Drops New Song 'Kati Nebwentema' Inspired by Bobi Wine
21 October 2020
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Ugandan rapper Gravity Omutujju has dropped a new song dubbed 'Kati Nebwentema' inspired by Bobi Wine.
'Kati Nebwentema' (loosely translated from Luganda to mean 'I should disappear') was a statement used by Bobi Wine recently when he was trying to get away from the police after they raided his National Unity Platform (NUP) offices.
Although the lyrics are not coordinated to tell an actual story, Gravity Omutujju is clearly making fun of Bobi Wine's incidents in some of his verses.
The audio was produced by Eno Beats with the video expected later. Fans are eagerly waiting for the video to see how Gravity visualizes the message.
This is the third political song Gravity Omutujju has released this year.
A few months ago, he released 'Batujjoze Nyo' where he hit out at greedy Ugandan politicians who have made it a norm to benefit at the expense of the vulnerable citizens.
Following the success of 'Batujjoze Nyo' he proceeded to release ‘Akalulu’ calling upon Ugandans to vote wisely in the 2021 elections.
Besides politics, Gravity Omutujju has invested a lot in diss tracks against his fellow rappers in the competitive Uganda Hip Hop industry.