Bebe Cool Narrates his Life Story in “Gyenvude.”New Song

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Gagamel boss Bebe Cool narrates his struggles through life in his dropped “Gyenvudde/Gyenvude”
brand new song 2021.

According to him, everyone has struggled in life to make it to wherever they are and he has
decided that this is the right time for him to come out and narrate his life trials and struggles up
till where he is right now.

The song in question shall be dropped just in case you were wondering what it contains, make it a must to drop by here as we as surely have the audio and video waiting for your download.

In his post where he reveals his plans to drop the song, Bebe Cool says, “It’s time to register my
name on the Bebe Cool list. Gyenvudde, everyone has a rough background/past. Dropping next


The Gagamel boss has been part of the music industry and can now be considered one of
the veteran Ugandan artistes who have earned fame throughout the East African community
over time.

He started out his music career as part of Fire Base of Bobi Wine, then East African Bashment crew back in the early 2000s which featured artists such as Wyre before quitting to return home and focus on a solo career while starting his own Gagamel.

Gagamel record label has initiated many Ugandan artistes into the music industry such as Irene
Ntale and Rema Namakula, Edith Khay and more.

Bebe Cool is also active in the country’s politics and is a strong hold of President Museveni’s
National Resistance Movement which so happens to be the ruling party. The singer is so verbal
about his political affiliation.

As for humanitarian work, the musician started Silent Majority which brings youths together to
run developmental projects hence promoting self-employment rather than seeking
employment from already established persons.

Come next Friday, we shall hear the story right from Bebe Cool’s Point of View as he will narrate
right from the time he started out, till where he is right now. Don’t miss out on “Gyenvude/Gyenvudde” single, a recap of Bebe Cool’s life.


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