There is something unique about Bobi Wine. He presents himself as a bad man but much of his music portrays him as a good man. This is of course minus his biff songs.
This week, the Ghetto Gladiator Bobi Wine released yet another edutainment single titled Obuvubuka (Youth hood) in which he sings together with Henry Tigan and Nubian Li.
In this edutainment song produced by Tony Hauls of Fire records, the Ghetto President encourages the youth to do whatever they need and must do while they are still young because no one grows younger to revisit the chances which he /she wasted.
Speaking to HiPipo.com, Bobi said that he came up with this message after going to his village and saw many old men who were rich in their early years leaving in a sorry state today.
“I decided to sing this song for all ghetto youths who misuse their hard earned money and those who are slow to take up opportunities. They need to know that old age is in the corner. There is that time when they will not have power to do what they are doing now. There will be no chance to come back and utilize the wasted chances," Bobi Wine said.
According to Bobi Wine, this song will help the youth to rise up early enough and work harder to accomplish life necessities such as building houses, weddings, and working on their legacies among other things.
“In this song, I did not attack any one. I am just edutaining my people so that they can be aware of realities of life."
Obuvubuka is a good song with a well-directed message. Nubian Li, Henry Tigan and Bobi Wine deliver well. Listen to Obuvubuka now.
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