Zambian artist BK 46 has released a new single titled ‘Ubunga‘, produced by Flabby Xclusive. The song is a political statement, with the artist expressing his frustration over the increasing price of mealie meal in Zambia.
Mealie meal, also known as corn flour, is a staple food in Zambia and is widely consumed by the population. However, in recent years, the cost of this essential food has risen dramatically, making it increasingly difficult for many people to afford.
BK 46’s ‘Ubunga’ reflects this reality, with the artist using his music to raise awareness about the issue and call for change. The song is a powerful protest anthem, with BK 46’s lyrics highlighting the struggles of those who are struggling to make ends meet due to the rising cost of mealie meal.
The song’s title, ‘Ubunga’, is a direct reference to the Zambian word for mealie meal, making it clear that the artist is addressing this specific issue. The song’s lyrics are in the local language and are relatable to many Zambians.
Flabby Xclusive’s production on the song is noteworthy, it’s a fusion of traditional Zambian rhythms with contemporary beats, which gives the song a unique sound and makes it stand out.