Ugandan award-winning and dancehall artist Alexander Bagonza alias A Pass has dropped a brand new single dubbed ”Mu Curfew”.
Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni recently announced that he had put a curfew to run from 6 am to 7 pm, to stop people from moving to avoid the rapid spread of the coronavirus pandemic.
Every Ugandan is supposed to be indoors, and what a better way to enjoy the lockdown than to sing about it?
Dance hall artist Alexander Bagonza alias A Pass is back yet again in a corona virus-related song titled ‘Mu Curfew’.
In ‘Mu Curfew’, A Pass narrates what happens during the curfew hours.
‘Mu Curfew’ is a Luganda word that loosely translates to ‘During Curfew’, and in the song, A Pass sings about the temptations he is facing in curfew.
The song adopts a reggae beat which gives it a danceable vibe, and an additional taste of splendor.
He also reveals that he has no reason for leaving the house as long as he is locked with the woman he loves.
The highly sexual ‘Mu Curfew’ lyrics were written and produced by A Pass himself.
The Beats were made by Sir Dan Magic, with the audio being mixed and mastered by Herbert Skillz.
So far, only the lyrical video has been shared online, with the actual video expected later after the dawn to a dusk curfew is lifted.