Is he full of himself? Is he just one comical human? Or is he really talented and means what he says? Is Hip-hop music dead? Whatever answer you’ve got, A Pass believes his new song ‘Kigenda Kola’ is bound to awaken Hip-hop in Uganda.

Kigenda Kola is Alexander Bagonza a.k.a A Pass’ latest song that is already making rounds across all music platforms.

Widely known as a Dancehall and Reggae singer, A Pass twists the tale on ‘Kigenda Kola’ which he wrote and produced by himself. The beats were made by Baru Beatz and it was mixed and mastered by HerbertSkillz.

The phrase ‘Kigenda Kola’ is a Luganda word which when translated to English means ‘It’s Gonna Work’. He sings about how confident he is that whatever he is setting his hands on will eventually pay off.

He is confident about this being the song to resurrect the Hip-hop music genre in Uganda as he notes on his social media platforms;

Am here to bring Uganda hip-hop back to life and it’s just for just. #KigendaKola

A Pass | Twitter

Listen to the full song and master the lyrics in the lyrics video below. Also, do you agree with his sentiments?

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Josh Ruby is an Editor with high interest and knowledge in the Ugandan entertainment space, an industry he has been actively part of since 2010. Leads to breaking stories are welcome!

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