Friday, 27 March 2015
Star singer Jose Chameleone has released a tribute song to his fallen brother, AK47. In the song, Chameleone sings about his life with AK47 and their musical journey. The AK47 song by Chameleone was produced by Paddy Man.
"The only way we can show love to friends we lost is remembering them. From my heart I took every moment and wrapped it in this Tribute to my Friend, Brother and Soldier AK47. How I wish we can all have peace at heart to let this young fallen soldier rest in peace.
Unlike the heartless media that is depending on his fate like vultures in the name of making more sales and shamelessly walking home after disrespecting the dead. Lets bow down to culture like African people as we keep forgiveness and peace prevail.
I remember every moment we shared, I Pray and Hope that one day we will meet again."
The Miliano singer also includes Jeff Kiwa in the lyrics...Jeff Kiwa once managed Jose Chameleone and just recently, he fell out with Chameleone's brother, Weasel and Moze Radio and at the time of his death, AK47 was signed to Team No Sleep, a crew managed by Jeff Kiwa.
On the night of Mar 16, Emmanuel Mayanja alias AK47 collapsed in the washrooms of DeJavu, a pub owned by Jeff Kiwa. It should also be recalled that before AK47 joined Team No Sleep, he was under Jose Chameleone's Leone Island, so in the tribute song, there is a line where Chameleone says; "Jeff Kiwa AK47 Wamutwaala", loosely translated as Jeff Kiwa took AK47.
Is Chameleone implying that Jeff Kiwa took over from him to manage AK47 or otherwise, It's only him to explain what he meant in the lyrics, but the mere fact that Jeff Kiwa appears in the tribute song, speak volumes.
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