Kalifah Aganaga Brags of His Songwriting Skills, Cites Sheebah’s 'Kale Maama'

[Photo: Sheebah Karungi Instagram]

By Gloria

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Ugandan artist Kalifah Aganaga has openly bragged about his song writing skills citing Sheebah Karungi's new song 'Kale Maama' featuring veteran musician Chance Nalubega.

In a post on his social media pages, the Bad Character Boss praised his songwriting skills and appreciated the two music legends for allowing him to pen them a jam.

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“This is a timeless song. Many women are passing through such experiences and it's heart breaking. Some men as well are passing through the same and this song brings it out perfectly to the dot. You get to think about your own experience as you listen to the song.

"I feel proud and blessed to work with the two female giants of Uganda's music industry of all time..." Kalifah divulged.

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This is not the first time Kalifah has written a song for Sheebah Karungi. The veteran musician has in the past worked with Sheebah on several songs with her ‘Nakyuka’ hit being one of the most played songs last year.

In ‘Kale Maama’, the Team No Sleep singer brought back Chance Nalubega on our screens as they cursed out their ex-lovers for hurting them to a point of hating love.

The song has been received well across the country and credit goes to Kalifah Aganaga; the brains behind these relatable and smooth flowing lyrics.

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