By Kampala Sun writer
The Kamwokya ghetto in peri-urban Kampala is a conveyor belt for music talent. It has also inspired songs, notably Bobi Wine’s collabo with rapper Navio, titled Kamwokya.
Kamwokya is not about to die with Bobi Wine. It continues to produce music talent and one such prodigy riding on the Kamwokya fame is singer and songwriter, Fahad Migadde, popularly known as Don Dapper Migold.
The singer’s new single “Kamwokya” has thrust him into mainstream music stardom especially in the ghettos where he comes from.
“Kamwokya the land of blessings’’ One of the first verses in the song goes. -You must have already heard this song play all over our Radio and TV stations
Produced by Kwenye Beat and mastered by Herbert Skillz , Kamwokya is a danceable track with urban beats that evoke your inner vibe and drag you to the dancefloor, yet still keeping you in your feelings.
It’s a song in which the fast-rising Ghetto singer tells the whole world how Ugandan suburb Kamwokya is a land of blessings. Everyone that has been through Kamwokya is very successful. From the days of Bobi Wine, Buchaman and many more.
In the song, he tells a story of how Kamwokya rules and runs the City Kampala. It is simply a tune you want to keep listening to and never wish to stop.
At the beginning of 2022, Don Dapper promised his music fans that this year, he would topple the industry.
Don Dapper is taking on the music industry with one goal to be the king of gangster Reggae/trap dancehall infused rhythm.
Recounting his sojourn, he says that his love for music started very young. “I would always have this sensational feeling run through my chest whenever I heard a good song. I started singing and songwriting at an early stage. I am where I am today because of my love for music and my focus to be the best,”
The catchy Kamwokya song has gained massive airplay globally and has been seen to be a hit for its catchy hook and fantastic visuals.
As fresh talent continues to emerge post-lockdown, Don Dapper is among those who have staked an early claim.