Produced by Birchill records based in Jamaica, the Moscato Rhythm (Riddim) released in April this year has truly spread its wings to many Dance-hall artistes across the globe. The Dance-hall rhythm with beats that stimulate dancing when played has world’s top Dance-hall artistes like Konshens, Busy Signal, Voice Mail, Tifa, D Major among many others with single tracks on it.
In Uganda, one of the artistes who embraced and sang along this rhythm is Ragga and Dance-hall singer Beenie Gunter who released a single dubbed ‘Tubaayo’ a Luganda word meaning ‘we be there’.
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‘Tubaayo’ is entirely a party song in which Beenie Gunter sang about how he and his crew the Guntalk City rock all the dance halls in town with their dance-hall vibes and that, it is them the girls want to have company with every time they step in the club.
‘Tubaayo’ the video shot and directed by Kazibwe Dantie of ArtMak Films
Shot in Kampala, The video starts off with a scene of the Beenie Gunter’s crew (Guntalk City) clad in black T-shirts with their names at the front. Beenie is seen on lead as they walk to a slummy neighborhood.
The other scene shows Beenie Gunter with some of his friends ridding sports bikes as the kids and some people in the slum follow behind. The video director later takes our attention to a scene where Beenie Gunter is standing at the centre as those with sports bikes do the drifting around him
More scenes show one of the vixens pulling some erotic dance moves and also the ‘Party Pipo’ dance crew doing their thing behind a wire mesh. In the concluding scenes, the place gets crowdy and we see Gunter being ridden on motor bike as he faces behind as they pass through a crowd.
Tubaayo video passes as ‘clean’ basing on the fact most shots were done in broad day light, secondly, the shots were kept in controlled motion. Check out shots from the video;
Watch the video below