Dancehall has been part of Sheebah music career and if you are to name the top notch Dancehall artistes in the Pearl of Africa, her name can’t miss out. Of late the Team No Sleep queen has proved her worth by releasing serious hits like ‘Ndiwanjawulo’, ‘Kisasi Kimu’, ‘Nkwatako’ among many others but she last week dropped yet another banger dubbed ‘Bamusakata’ which according to her, is a dance style.
Bamusakata is a track Sheebah sang in two languages namely Luganda and Jamaican Patois
With a heavy baseline, Sheebah starts the song with a brief intro assuring the world that this is Uganda and not Naija. She then sings the chorus in which she calls upon the girls to whine to the beats before singing the first verse where she is heard thanking the DJ for playing her nice song which she also seems to be enjoying and later asks him to replay it. She adds that we Ugandans are proud before commending herself for the good songs with a nice rhythm that the people love to dance to.
In the second verse, she commends one of the dancers shaking to her song for being smartly dressed in jeans. She tries to bring out her side of being a Ugandan when she says that her style and everything is Ugandan which also showcases her patriotic side.
In the concluding parts, Sheebah repeats the chorus that goes like ‘Girl Whine to the beats eno style Bamusakata, whine ina di centre riddim Bamusakata’ a thing that makes the song irresistible to listen and dance to.
Listen to ‘Bamusakata’ by Sheebah below although this is not the official video