Last week, a new Bobi Wine song dubbed ‘Katengo’ started making rounds on social media but he says it was mistakenly leaked from studio.

Bobi Wine’s fans, those who love him for his music, could give anything to hear him sing and perform again.

Since launching his presidential race ambitions, he has not been the same musically and even when he has hit studio, the songs have been of political intentions.

Last week, there was a new song that started making rounds across WhatsApp and other social media platforms.

Dan Magic, Nubian Li, Bobi Wine in studio

The audio was of a new song by the Firebase Crew boss Bobi Wine dubbed ‘Katengo’ done by Dan Magic before he was sent to prison.

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Most reviews that came after its release were not those you expect of anything done by Bobi’s standard.

Most people, having listened to the song, were quick to note how of bad quality it was; from the recording, lyrics, beats, and it was not mastered.

They were right as Bobi Wine agreed. In a WhatsApp audio accessed by this website, Bobi Wine is heard noting how the song was leaked.

The singer said that it was still in raw form with so much work still to be done on it and someone leaked it from studio by mistake.

The song was leaked from studio by mistake, it is not yet finished. So ensure that people don’t share it further because it is very very rough.

The fine copy should be released in coming days. Please make sure it is not shared. Whoever already has it, please don’t share it further.

Bobi Wine

The singer through social media notes how the song was produced by Sir Dan Magic before he was taken to jail.

“This song was produced by Dan Magic. It was 60% finished when he was taken to jail as a political prisoner,” Bobi Wine partly noted.

The song was later released on Monday 17th March 2021 and Bobi dedicates it to all the fearless young men and women who continue to languish in prison for no reason.

Listen to it below:

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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