By far, the term ‘Weyayu’ has been one of the most popular new words in the Ugandan social circles this year. Rapper Mun G now has a song named ‘Igwe (Weyayu)’ and you can watch the new visuals here first.
‘Weyayu’ is just a local jargon for ‘Where Are You?’. It became popular after Eddy Kenzo appeared on a live Facebook show, shedding tears whilst asking for government’s intervention in the troubles his life was facing.
A couple of artistes have now taken advantage of the word on the street and made a song out of it. After Deejay Crim’s ‘Weyayu’, Mun G has also dropped his own dubbed ‘Igwe (Weyayu)’. It was produced by Diggy Baur and Aki.
The visuals portray the life in the Ugandan ghettos as Mun G takes a walk through the slams, mobbed by the dwellers who worship him as their king. It was directed by Zyga Phix. You can watch it below: