Its been a minute since we got a project from the rapper and spoken word poet Wake. All that is change as he offers a new track titled “Mwize” which is a Lugwere word that loosely means come. At the center of Wake’s projects is a passion for African heritage and this track isn’t any different from that passion. The Jude Mugerewa produced track carries African percussions by Robert Kibalama, tube fiddle instrumentation by Giovanni Kiyingi, Ernest Otim on the bass guitar, Aloysius Migadde on the electric guitar, Afrie with the powerful vocals and Nelson Muhire who mastered the entire production. Wake assembled a team which in the end made the track exceptional and also when ahead to show the kind of artist he is; one who collaborates and pushes the envelope to create timeless music. The song is about a family in the village calling out to their child who is away in the city to come home as often as possible something most of us who have family miles away from Kampala can relate to. Wake is on a mission to find how to fit his ancestry into his artistry and it all starts with the message and stories he tells on through the music. Enjoy!