Gravity Omutujju is thankful to God for a successful music career. Gravity, real name Gereson Wabuyi who broke out in late 2011, with a remix of the late Paul Kafeero’s classic “Walumbe Zaaya”, sending shivers to already established Luga-flow rappers continues to climb the ladders of success.
The 22-year-old rapper has defied the naysayers who had branded him a fluke and has since released several hit singles like “Teri Ddogo”, “Winner”, “Broken English”, “Olimba” and many more.
In his short career, he has also managed to collect a number of awards including Teeniez breakout artist 2013, HMA Best hip-hop song 2013, Teeniez Top Hood Rapper 2015 among others.
With several of his songs enjoying rotation on the local airwaves, Gravity has amassed a slew of fans and this was evident at his “Terid Dogo” concert after he filled up the dauntingly huge Freedom City arena.
As he continues to write his success story, Gravity greatly attributes his success to blessings from deities and of course hard work. “Thank you lord for the life am living in, “ he says.
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