Amani Amaniga’s New Thanksgiving Song ‘Musiimenta’ Raises Millions At Fundraising

Self proclaimed Western Uganda’s King of Rap  Amani Amaniga is once again at it as ends 2019 on a high and storms new year in the lime light to kick start 2020 in style with the release of his latest single ‘Musiimenta’ which is already doing well on rotation in many parts of Western Uganda.

As if that is not enough, he recently received a nomination at the HiPipo Awards in the category of Best Song from Western Region for the song ‘Kyahwire Remix’ one of numerous in recent times.

Well, back to ‘Mussimenta’ a song he sang alongside Grace Villa Girls is based on a true story which is a thanksgiving Afro hiphop song. His management team at Big Beats Entertainment says it carried a deep message;

“It chronicles the hardships faced by an orphaned child who is later adopted by foster parents, works hard, succeeds in life and is thanking God for what he has done for him. It’s an inspirational song for other children out there going through the same experience”. His manager Eddy Rush explained.

Amani performs ‘Musiimenta’ alongside Grace Villa Girls recently in Kabale.

The song talks about hard work and staying focused on your goals while believing in God’s power to work miracles. One would classify it as a gospel song but most importantly, the underlying message is of inspiring hope and belief for the future.

“If you Work hard and pray to God, you too can make it because he has a plan for you.” a lyric from the song states.

The song was written by Amani Amaniga himself, arranged and composed by Big Beats. It was produced by Big Beats and Henry Kiwuuwa, mastered by Tim at HF mastering in UK.

Just to illustrate how massive the song is already making a an impact, Amani was recently invited to take part in a fund raising drive on 30th December for The Grace Villa, Kabale Foundation, a home and sanctuary for vulnerable and orphaned girls that took place at White Horse Inn Kabale where the guest of honor was the Prime Minister Dr Rukahana Rugunda.

Prime Minister Dr Rukahana Rugunda (2nd Right) was Chief guest at the fundraising event.

The minister applauded the lanky Kigaflo rapper and thanked him for a wonderful performance where over 100 Million was raised in cash and pledges to support the project. The excited Amani took to social media to thank everyone who contributed. 

Dr Rugunda with Amani after the Later’s performance at the function.

The song is expected to be even bigger this year.

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