Bobi Wine, the Ugandan musician and political activist, has recently released a new music project titled ‘Labisa’, and it seems like he hasn’t lost his touch even after being out of the industry for five years. In fact, he seems to be back with a bang, having released two music projects in just one month.
Featuring a star-studded lineup including Nubian Li, Sizzaman, Zex Bilangilangi, and Feffe Bussi, ‘Labisa’ is a hard-hitting track that tackles social injustices and calls out the toxic influences in society. The track is produced by Sir. Dan Magic and lasts for 4:20 minutes.
According to Bobi Wine, “Labisa” is a ghetto slang that means “Expose”. The track is a message of empowerment for those who have been affected by negative influences such as hypocrites, fake friends, bad minds, and sellouts. Bobi Wine urges listeners to stand up for themselves and refuse to be taken advantage of any longer.
In the music video, Bobi Wine and his crew can be seen walking through the streets of the ghetto, rapping about the harsh realities of life in Uganda. The visuals are both captivating and thought-provoking, capturing the essence of the message that Bobi Wine is trying to convey.
As a musician, Bobi Wine has always used his platform to speak out against social injustices and to empower his fans. In recent years, he has also become a vocal political activist, advocating for democracy and human rights in Uganda. His music has become a rallying cry for the youth of Uganda, inspiring them to take action and fight for their rights.
In conclusion, ‘Labisa’ is a powerful and timely project that showcases Bobi Wine’s talents as a musician and his passion for social justice. The track is a must-listen for anyone who wants to be inspired to stand up for what is right and to fight against the negative influences in society. With ‘Labisa’, Bobi Wine proves that he is back and better than ever, and we can’t wait to see what he has in store for us in the future.