Singer Bruno K alias Bruno Kiggundu has released the remake of the late Philly Lutaaya’s Born in Africa rendition.
For a few weeks now, Eddy Kenzo has been the talk of the town following the release of his rendition of the late Philly Lutaaya’s Born in Africa.
The Grammy nominee’s rendition was panned by several music critics, which prompted Bruno K to hit the recording booth in a bid to set things right.
In a Facebook post, Bruno K revealed that he utilized a few music lessons he got from his late grandfather Tamale Kapela, who worked with Afrigo Band for a long time.
The reggae tune, which was created by renowned producer Eli Arkhis, has gotten overwhelmingly positive reviews from numerous music critics.
This special cover is a tribute to the Legend and Godfather of the Ugandan Music Industry. All Royalties of this project belong to the Lutaaya Family. Bruno K revealed on his youtube channel
Below is what netizens had to say about the song.
This “Born in Africa” cover by @bruno_KUg is 100 times better than all the previous covers.
Philly Bongole Lutaaya’s soul can now peacefully Rest.
Thank you Bruno K for serving justice to this song. pic.twitter.com/vgt6SjXERa
— Sammie Manini (@sammiemanini1) February 23, 2023
— Jesse Ntaborwa (@JesseNtaborwa) February 23, 2023
Philly can now rest in peace knowing that justice has been served on his song👐🔥🔥🔥🔥 https://t.co/mktnoFqU0z
— ☆kris the writer🇺🇬✍ (@ka_kris_ko) February 23, 2023
— KADOBA MOSES AMOOTI~THE LAST MU’CHWEZI (@kadobamosesUG) February 23, 2023
So refreshing. ☺️ My Friday is sorted. Thank you @bruno_KUg
— Ivan Bwowe (@BwoweIvan) February 23, 2023
Bruno K’s cover of Born in Africa,gather here let’s cleanse our ears from the other remake pic.twitter.com/LsOIvAoyXp
— Jalira (@jalirabagi) February 23, 2023
Listen to the audio below.