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Ava Peace features Daddy Andre and Spice Diana in new song Dubbed “Nsitula”

Ugandan recording female artist Ava Peace features Daddy Andre and Spice Diana in a new song dubbed “Nsitula”.

The song was done in Luganda titled Nsitula meaning To Uplift. The song talks about a woman who is deeply in love with a man and all she wants from him is to uplift her, love her, show her affection and be there for her. The vibe of this song will give you all the feels.

The lyrics are well composed and well arranged to tell a story without having to use a lot of words. Daddy Andre and Spice Diana add more spice and vibe to the song making it sound amazing.

The song was written and produced by Daddy Andre under Black Market Records.

Watch and Enjoy it!

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