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Awama Money by K!mera


Genre: Uga Flow Posted On: 2024-04-17 04:58:56     1132 Views

In his latest single titled AWAMA MONEY, K!mera, also known as Sam Kimera, delves into the intricate dynamics of money, humorously shedding light on its revealing nature and its impact on society.

With insightful lyrics, K!mera acknowledges the paradoxical nature of money, describing it as a funny thing that has the ability to unveil the true essence of individuals.

Through witty commentary, he highlights the idiosyncrasies of human behavior influenced by wealth, prompting listeners to both chuckle and reflect.

K!mera's hope for the song is threefold: to evoke laughter, to serve as a gentle reminder to those indebted to others, and to foster a sense of reciprocal consideration among listeners.

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K!mera in new song, Awama Money.

Collaborating with fellow vocalists Peter Paul Wasibani, Diana Mukasa, and Wabo Jordan, K!mera's lyrical narrative is brought to life with rich harmonies and engaging melodies.

Behind the scenes, the production of AWAMA MONEY is a testament to K!mera's dedication to quality, with beats by Young OG, mixing and production by Sam Bisaso at Blacksmith Studios, and mastering by Nelson Muhire at C19 Studios, ensuring a polished and captivating musical experience from start to finish.

Through this single, K!mera not only entertains but also provokes introspection, demonstrating his prowess as both a songwriter and a storyteller in the vibrant tapestry of Ugandan music.

Have a quick listen to this single and leave your criticism below.

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