Dancehall artiste Vampino who has been active on the music scene from 2000’s while doing music with Swangz Avenue’s Benon, released hit songs like ‘Kwekunyakunya’, ‘Kikili Dance’ and ‘Kimuli’ featuring Dr Jose Chameleone is now back with a fresh tune dubbed ‘Linda’. This is a Luganda language word meaning wait or hold on.
“I was inspired by the day today issues we have in a way that no matter what problem one is in, we are still ok and we can afford to smile.” Vampino told Chano8 when we contacted him for a comment
This is a dancehall song produced by Andre of Gun Music records with a simple story line where he begins the tune telling people to push up their hands and shout OK, He then advises them not neglect their jobs before they get other better paying ones.
He adds and says that like other people have problems, he has them too. In another line, he is heard singing in Jamaican Patois and he sings saying that world people work so hard and how you must be paid if you work so hard.
In the second and last verse, Vampino advises that doing many things at ago might mislead one because they seem unending. He also brings in the angle of problems which emerge unexpectedly, bringing stress especially if you don’t have money on you and how it’s even harder when a person who would help lend you money to fix the problems is nowhere to be seen, although you had put all your trust in them
The song is basically all about working hard and holding on to your goals in order to be able to live in this world with ease.
Listen to ‘Linda’ by Vampino below