As Sheebah Karungi struggles to assure her haters what a successful diva she has become with controversial anti-climaxed songs, other songstresses are putting in the work and proving their worth with good music.
Spice Diana is one artiste who has evolved positively since the days of Onsanula. Today she is a proven music powerhouse and boasts several hit songs to her name.
With the current wave of beef amongst female artistes, Cindy Sanyu released a hardcore dancehall song titled ‘Copicat’. She then revealed that the track was available for any female artiste to create their own version.
At the moment, it seems like most female artistes are still scared to jump on it – apart from Spice Diana of course who has already added her vocals to the Copicat riddim.
A Riddim is the Jamaican Patois pronunciation of the English word “rhythm”. In reggae, dancehall, calypso, soca, and reggaeton parlance, it refers to the instrumental accompaniment to a song.
Musically, riddims are tracks which are usually produced by music producers and availed to any willing artiste to add their lyrics and make a song.
It is often that you find more than five different artistes singing on the same beat and this is very common in the dancehall music fraternity.
One of the recent and most popular riddims in Uganda was the Kintu Riddim which featured various artistes including Jose Chameleone, Mowzey Radio, Weasel, Washington, among others.
Spice Diana is now set to release her version of the Copicat riddim on Tuesday as she rises to the challenge.
As we wait for other females to follow suit, listen to Spice Diana’s unofficial version below;