Love si mchezo. There is more to love than the blissful romances. Relationships do come with a fair share of its traumatic experiences; rejection,depression, isolation, low self esteem, name it. Here are some of those songs that will either haunt or vindicate.
- Sigwe Onsimila by Mesach Semakula: A blatant rejection, “Sigwe Onsimila” is a heart wrenching song that is so emotionally charged. The singer tells off a lover interfering in his relationship. And he sings about Valentines too in this song. This is a song of rare quality in Ugandan music where artistes seem to concentrate on glorifying love relationships and keeping numb about the bad experiences. Mesach brings that quality on 3rd March at Africana in Totya Bigambo concert.
2. Otubatiisa by Irene Ntale, Sheebah
Just in case you are getting played then you better listen to this song. How will you know you getting played? Don’t play yourself the signs are out there. Dont play yourself. If she says she is not coming over on Valentines that she is in “her days”…let me end here.
3. Mubbi Mubbi by Maro
Breakups comes with its fair share of drama including sweeping the house clean! Some partners have guts! They will carry that TV, radio, carpet,saucepan and doormat! Start from the bottom yet again.
4.Nakukola ki by Iryn Namubiru
Nakukola ki loosely translates to “What did I do to you?” You might have these questions making rounds in your head. That’s the beauty of love. You are loved and hated, most likely for the same reasons!!!
5. Bamugambe by Bebe Cool
This was a follow up of “Agenze”,a series of lemonade Bebe Cool made after Zuena served him lemons. Luckily, they got back after. Sighs!
6. Agenze by Bebe Cool
If she bags her bags and leaves you this Valentines just play this song and it will its due purpose.
7. Mbwase by Mun * G
For those with energy worth releasing in fights with your exes, just cool off and play Mbwase a hilarious tune that comes with dose of reality.
8. Oba wuuwo by Jamal
In case the ex of your current lover is still cropping up in your space and taking away your peace, you may need this song to tell the itch off.
9. Wadawa by Sheebah
So you have moved on and are much happier than before. This is the song for those who tormented you! This is for karma!
10. Omutiima guluma by Juliana Kanyomozi
This song slices through the heart like a knife.