Bobi Wine has continued to make waves concerning his lifestyle and his career, to the point that several people including his fans are always searching to know new things about him.
Hiphopafrika in her usual way will continue to tell you all you need to know about African artists. Bobi Wine is a musician from Uganda who started his music vocation in the mid 2000s.
He is likewise an Ugandan legislator, businessperson, donor, musician, and on-screen character. He Known for his Struggles against persecution in Uganda.
Kyagulanyi was brought into the world 12 February 1982, Mpigi region, focal Uganda, yet grew up in Kamwookya, probably the most unfortunate suburb of Kampala.
It is here that he propelled his music profession in the mid 2000s after he moved on from Uganda’s most established college Makerere University with a degree in music, move and dramatization.
Bobi Wine (Robert Kyagulanyi, Robert Kyagulanyi Ssentamu) is a musician from Uganda. The Afrobeats star, who started his music vocation in the mid 2000s, has consistently depicted his specialty as “edutainment” – amusement that teaches. Probably the most punctual hit, Kadingo, is a tune about close to home cleanliness.
His first singles were Akagoma, Funtula and Sunda, which brought Bobi Wine into the spotlight. He was beforehand part of the gathering Fire Base Crew. Later he shaped new gathering Ghetto Republic of Uganja, which he leads.
In July, Bobi Wine bolted arms with activists and walked in the city of the capital, Kampala, to challenge an online life charge acquainted apparently with help state income and to end what Mr Museveni called “tattle” on WhatsApp, Facebook and Twitter.
It is not clear how much Bobi is worth, however, being a senior musician he is believed to be one the well earning artistes in Uganda, His net worth is estimated to be $1 Million – $5 Million.
Kyagulanyi was at Mpigi region, focal Uganda, yet grew up in Kamwookya, perhaps the most unfortunate suburb of Kampala. It is here that he propelled his music profession in the mid 2000s after he moved on from Uganda’s most seasoned college Makerere University with a degree in music, move and show.
He came to be broadly known as the “Ghetto President” for relentlessly taking a stand in opposition to the battles of the lower classes and the urban poor in Uganda.
Bobi Wine wandered into the music in the mid 2000s with tunes that included; Akagoma, Funtula, and Sunda (highlighting Ziggy D). The tunes helped him make a name for himself in the Ugandan music industry. Subsequent to wandering into music industry and dropping a couple of jams, Bobi Wine established a gathering named ‘Ghetto Republic of Uganja’.
From that point onward, he has been dropping one hit after the other, and is a commonly recognized name in the Ugandan music industry.
Since his introduction, he has figured out how to create more than 70 tunes, and five collections that incorporate; Tuliyambala Engule, Kyarenga, Ayagala Mulaasi, and Tuliyambala Engule.
A portion of his tunes incorporate; Why, Abalungi Balumya, Kamwokya, Ebibuuzo, Kadingo, Ekirroto, Njagala Obuto, Little things you do, Na, Sweet, Muka Yampa, Ayagala Mulaasi, and Abantu.
For almost the 20 years he has been in the industry, Bobi Wine has won several awards that include; 2007 Pearl of Africa Music Awards – Best Afro-Beat Artiste/Group Best Afro-Beat Single (“Kiwani”), 2005 Pearl of Africa Music Awards – Song of the Year (“Mama Mbiire” with Juliana Kanyomozi), 2006 Pearl of Africa Music Awards – Artiste of the Year & Best Afro Beat Single(“Bada”), and 2008 Pearl of Africa Music Awards – Best Afro-Beat Artiste/Group Museke among others.