Bobi Wine (@HEBobiwine) has released a musical PSA called “Labisa” Mr. Wine, whose legal name is Robert Kyagulanyi Ssentamu is also a former Member of Parliament representing Kyadondo East. #WhisperEyeNews
This new PSA (Public Service Announcement) song features several established musicians, Sizza Man, Zex, Ffeefe Bussi, and Nubian Li the singing partner inclusive, a 4.21 minutes song is meant to raise the audience’s awareness about important issues in life.
We’ve heard these important issues of exposing hypocrisy a thousand times but this time around Mr. Bobi Wine brings out its message clearly and precisely as his political campaign and future continue to rise.
Bobi Wine: In the just-released Youtube version about writes, “Labisa – Exposing Hypocrisy, Fake Friends, Bad Minds, and Sellouts” is a hard-hitting track that calls out the toxic influences that can be found in our society. Through powerful lyrics and a dynamic beat, Labisa exposes the deceit and dishonesty of hypocrites, fake friends, bad minds, and sellouts.”
He adds, “This song is a message of empowerment for those who have been affected by these negative influences, urging listeners to stand up for themselves and refuse to be taken advantage of any longer. It’s a must-listen for anyone who wants to take a stand against toxicity and reclaim their power”.
And concludes, “If you’re ready to break free from the chains of deceit and dishonesty, then “Labisa – Exposing Hypocrisy, Fake Friends, Bad Minds, and Sellouts” is the anthem you’ve been waiting for. So turn up the volume, feel the beat, and join Labisa on a journey of self-discovery and empowerment”.
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Follow this link to watch and listen to Labiasa by Bobi Wine and his other fellow artists.
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