When we first told you about Ugandan singer and songwriter David Kateregga alias Dev Kat, who lives in the United States, we hinted at his ambition to take over the Ugandan music scene. (Dev Kat – a singer from the United States – returns with ‘Hakuna Matata’ | Lyrics Video )
Dev Kat has returned with a brand-new track dubbed “Hakuna Matata “. He is optimistic that the new jam has been released at the perfect time to usher him into the Ugandan market.
To refresh your memory, “Hakuna Matata” is a Swahili word that loosely translates to “No Worries.”
When listening to the song word for word, Dev Kat can be heard preaching and assuring his fans, encouraging them not to be concerned about whatever situation they may be in.
Swahili is a language spoken in Tanzania, Kenya, Uganda, Rwanda, Burundi, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Malawi, Somalia, South Sudan, Mozambique, and parts of Zambia.
Dev Kat uses words like Karibu, which literally means “Welcome,” in the song. The song is a welcome dance or karibu dance performed for honored guests.
The song’s beats are derived from tribes in Uganda and Northern Tanzania.
You simply do not want to stop listening to the song’s lyrics. It will get you up and moving and you will begin to dance. ( Dev Kat – a singer from the United States – returns with ‘Hakuna Matata’ | Lyrics Video – celebrity jazz ug )
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