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:

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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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