Award-winning luga flow rapper Gravity Omutujju has finally dropped the much anticipated video to his latest hit single titled ‘Batujoozenyo’.
Batujoze Nyo is a Luganda slang used on social media by Ugandans while complaining about poor governance in the country.
In order to bring out the message clearly, Gravity Omutujju featured popular opposition politician cum musician also Bobi Wine. Pastor Wilson Bugembe, Young Mullo and the Mayor of Kampala District also make an appearance.
The video shows different clips of arrests and police brutality during demonstrations in Uganda.
The clips are a reflection of Gravity’s message hitting out at greedy politicians who have made it a norm to benefit at the expense of the vulnerable Ugandans.
The video was shot in the ghetto areas of Kampala.
In an interview with Spark, Gravity Omutujju revealed he was not attacking anyone but speaking on behalf of Ugandans who do not have a voice.
”I’m not attacking anyone in particular. It is just like any other song and when you listen to it, and feel that it is directed to you, do not take it in bad faith because you are not alone. Many people are stealing our food given to us by the government. Many things do not get to the vulnerable people yet government has provided them,” Gravity said.
“It may not affect me but I speak for the voiceless. And it is not about politics because I have done a couple of songs addressing current situation. I’m not a politician so no one should look for me,” he added.