Struggling lugaflow rapper Katongole Derrick alias Victor Kamenyo has come out to trash President Yoweri Museveni's new music audio dubbed 'Yengoma' claiming that its half baked after all the Fountain of Honor was off the beat.
As the Presidential and general elections near, the president of Uganda, H.E Yoweri Kaguta Museveni released 'Yengoma', a new song from his upcoming 6track album that is continuing to receive a lot of criticism from people around the country trying to figure out what the big lion was singing about.
Having released 'Mpenkoni', which dazzled many and went viral in the run up to the 2011 general elections, 'Taata Natasha' is this time at the center of criticism for his latest 2021 campaign anthem.
According to the 'Baveeko' singer, President Museveni in his 'Yengoma' music audio violated the Hip Hop act which states that "Every rapper should follow the beat" no wonder he has no reason of endorsing this latest release.
Victor Kamenyo's criticism comes at a time when events promoter Balaam Barugahara who happens to be the president's music manager revealed how 'Yengoma' music audio was far better than MP Bobi Wine's 'Kasukali keeko'.
"AS A HIPHOP LEADER IN THE UGANDA MUSICIANS ASSOCIATION I WANT TO EXTEND MY DISSATISFACTION ON THE WAY MR PRESIDENT VIOLATED THE HIPHOP ACT “WHICH STATES THAT EVERY RAPPER SHOULD FOLLOW THE BEAT” THIS INDISCIPLINED RAPPER IN HIS NEW SONG DECIDED TO BE OFF BEAT." Victor Kamenyo.
Download the song below: