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Bumuna to make airwaves soon

He gave is the song Bad Memories and shortly to bless us with another, Why Not Gucci is indeed on top of his game. The Ongwediva based artist whose real name is Simeon Shilongo announced on his social media that he is finally done baking one of his best projects yet titled Bumuna. Bumuna which when loosely translated means impress in his mother tongue Oshiwambo will be a hit says the young artist.

“The song depicts the impression mostly given by the youth on women. Its got a nice rhythm bass. I can’t wait for you all to hear it,” he says.

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Why Not Gucci is just another boy from the north with the dreams of wanting to make people happy with his music and change people’s mindsets about local music. He considers himself an advocate for teenagers by being their voice and ears through his music. Why Not Gucci is also part of a group the Unknxwn alongside well-known @searchforhofni.

The link to download Bumuna will be out soon but in the meantime, keep an eye on his social mediums for updates.

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