According to Azawi’s manager Sir Jaylor, the singer did justice to the subject matter of her prior relationship in the song “Bamututte,” which is about it. The inspiration for Azawi’s “Bamututte” came from her manager’s prior relationship
Before picking up a pen to create new material or entering the studio to record new music, artists frequently find inspiration from a variety of sources.
Typically, their daily experiences serve as their sources of inspiration, but occasionally they will use their imagination to conjure up fantastical plots.
Azawi was inspired to write her new song, “Bamututte,” by her manager at Swangz Avenue, Birungi Jaylor, also known as Sir Jaylor.
The song “Bamututte,” which Azawi herself wrote, is about a lady who loses her spouse to another woman because she has a better figure.
A line from the chorus, “She taking my man, she taking my man cuz she had a fantastic body,” is well portrayed graphically in the video, which was unveiled on July 8.
Sir Jaylor confirmed on Twitter that the songs refer to her prior relationship. She added that Azawi did a good job acting it out in the pictures.
Jaylor partially stated on Twitter, “To think that Azawi composed Bamututte on my prior relationship, and she legit acted it out perfectly.
Several of Azawi’s admirers appear to have been enthused by her disclosure, as they presumably raced to replay the video on YouTube. (The inspiration for Azawi’s “Bamututte” came from her manager’s prior relationship – LATEST CELEBRITY GOSSIP IN UGANDA)