Based in Kasanga under their management house TopBase entertainment, Nakato and Babirye after reinventing themselves as the ICON TWINZ, have come up with quite a number of hits under their name.
One such a hit being Bukunkumuka, gracing the internet and YouTube as the new upcoming song on the local scene.
With this hit, much as the intro is a little flat than atmospheric, it introduces the listener to the contemporary African urban style of casting the label and the producer of the song.
The new hit was produced by D’mario of the legendary production and of course written by Dokey of Happy African Boys.
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Though the voices sound raw, this production kind of lets the listener appreciate the richness in their lyrical mastering.
One would find the intro a little flat with pauses and quite a number of label/producer recognitions to take into account.
But again, on the lighter side as the song flows on, you get to know it has a background story to which, if one thinks deeply into would be very captivating to the local listeners.
The song has a rich lyrical uplift – a blend that would draw any person’s attention to an actual love scene. Enriched with a background bangers on the local scene.
The lyrical video was posted on their YouTube channel and surely as you sit and watch you can check out the masterly, art, time and how rich the Lyrics are just to give you a glimpse of what these two young talents are about to be.
Bukunkumuka is afro east modern. The song is a pleasant blend of two natural languages; Luganda and a little bit of Swahili.
The best remark of this song is the story it carries, which would be a little infectious to the listeners especially of the female middle age, as it mostly glorifies the life through which a young female adult goes through to most often give up on a certain trait of love lifestyle.
Bukunkumuka locally is breadcrumbs or leftovers which the artists chose as reference to the love life they tend to detest.
The story in the song decries of a time “she” met a cute admirable dude whom she promises her whole even a beautiful son. But in the turn of events the dude now comes home in the wee hours of the morning, already well fed.
The story goes on and on
The chorus of the song is very captivating with innocence of voices
The voices are melodiously a little flat on this one, but the delivery is excellent and it shows that there could be more to be natured in these two glorious talents.
Here is the song