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By Vision Reporter

Added 7th October 2010 03:00 AM

PASTOR Wilson Bugembe’s song Ani, the title-track of his latest album, has proved to be hard-hitting in terms of its music and lyrical content. Bugembe has packaged his music in such a manner that it cuts across the gospel and secular arena.

PASTOR Wilson Bugembe’s song Ani, the title-track of his latest album, has proved to be hard-hitting in terms of its music and lyrical content. Bugembe has packaged his music in such a manner that it cuts across the gospel and secular arena.

By Mathias Mazinga
Sounding off - Pastor Bugembe

PASTOR Wilson Bugembe’s song Ani, the title-track of his latest album, has proved to be hard-hitting in terms of its music and lyrical content. Bugembe has packaged his music in such a manner that it cuts across the gospel and secular arena.

Wrapped in a blend of Afro-pop and dance-hall beats, Ani has that groovy power, which will spontaneously attract one to the dance floor.

The song challenges the listener to imagine themselves as the omnipotent God, who meets the needs of people of all backgrounds, status, ideologies, whose interests are also, many times contradictory.

It also advises people to take advantage of the unconditional mercy of God to repent. With reference to the salvation of Pastor Peter Ssematimba and Roger Mugisha, Bugembe also assures his fans that God can save all people, irrespective of their socio-economic status and ideologies.

Some musical analysts have, however, pointed out some inadequacies, which make Ani inferior to Kani, Bugembe’s previous mega-hit.

The strength of Bugembe’s new album lies in the fact that its songs are great hits and none will overshadow the other, as was with the Kani album.
Bugembe will launch Ani at Lugogo’s Kati Kati Restaurant tonight.

His concert will also feature other prominent local gospel and secular artistes.

Riding high with ‘ANI’

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