By Mable Nakibuuka
Gorgeous and silken voiced Ugandan musician Lea Habz, who is popularly known for her hit single ‘I’m In love’, has bounced back on the music scene after some time off the mic due to family challenges.
Pals reveal that Lea Habz, who is the daughter of fallen legendary radio and TV host Patrick Luwandaga, is one of the very many talented Ugandan musicians in the diaspora, who are braving among other challenges, the COVID-19 pandemic.
However, now that the world is adapting to the new normal, Lea Habz, a Ugandan artiste based in the United Kingdom, saw it fit to return to the studio and she has since outed a new tune titled ‘Kimala’, which is rocking airwaves in Uganda, London, and across the globe.
Lea Habz’s new song, which was written by Mozy Wryta, one of Uganda’s top songwriters, and produced by popular music producer Brian Beats, is a pure love ballad but also a club banger, which drives anyone who listens to it into a grooving mood.
She started singing professionally back in 2009, although she did a remix with Geosteady in 2013 titled ‘I’m in Love’ , which she followed with several other tracks.
However, she gave music a break due to family matters involving the death of her father Andrew Patrick Luwandaga, although she has since bounced back with a loud bang!