Gospel singers Levixone and Grace Morgan Hammondge are up on the music charts again with a new song “Mbeera.”
“Mbeera” is a phenomenal joint of two gospel brothers delivering heartfelt revelations about life situations.
“Mbeera” is a Luganda word to mean “Situation”.
The 3-months-old audio produced by renowned producer, Nessim Pan Production, roots from a real-life story of one bright schoolboy called Kamya.
He sacrificed clubbing and hangouts and instead spent most of his time revising his books.
Fortunately, he performed so well and finally graduated, and he couldn’t wait to get his job.
Sadly, he failed to get a job, his degree became useless and his heart sunk in pain.
He later ended up being a toilet attendant at Kikuubo to pay his rent and debts.
What annoys him the most is the fact that those who were weak at school have better jobs, drive brand new posh cars because they have connections.
When you ask him why he works as a toilet attendant, he says; It’s because of the situation.
“But guess what God is always by us and never leaves us, he might give us the hardest trials but he still stands with us to go through them all because he is our shepherd,” Levixone preaches in his last verse of the song.
The song boasts outstandingly scripted visuals starring renowned Pastor Wilson Bugembe and singer Eddy Kenzo shot and produced by Jahlive Films.
Watch Mbeera by Levixone and Grace Morgan here