By Isaac Tugume
Music is a very strong force because songs usually portray real life situations and that is exactly what the Nande Boyz, a Congolese singing duo based in Uganda, do with their new video ‘Souci’.
Streaming on YouTube, ‘Souci’, is a song in which the Nande Boyz attempt to depict the challenges ghetto youth encounter in their day to day lives, urging them to have patience, because they will be victorious at the end of the day.
Dropped just four days ago, ‘Souci’ is doing great, with over 33K YouTube views, which is reasonable proof that the project is capturing the attention of people who relate with music that portrays real life situations.
‘Souci’, which is also available on digital streaming platforms, is a major breakthrough for the Nande Boyz, because with this jam they kick off their music career with gusto!
The Nande Boyz have an interesting music resume, with an impressive catalogue and they are only starting out, which means there’s nothing stopping them from topping the charts in the near future.
This studio project comes off their debut EP Safari, which premiered on YouTube and digital streaming platforms a few days ago.
To stream ‘Souci’ on YouTube, all you have to do is click the link.