Remmie, born Remmah Nakitto, shared a TikTok video of the trio dancing to the song, whose video came out this past week.
Video: Watch this trio dance to BentiBoys’ ‘Wana Wankya’
Canary Mugume, Isabella Tugume and Precious Remmie joined a growing list of celebrities that have enjoyed Wana Wankya, the breakthrough song by BentiBoys Africa.
The ballad, which was produced by renowned producer Daddy Andre, according to Bentiboys Africa, is based "on a love story portraying an amazing girl we fell in love with but the next morning she was gone nowhere to be seen."
They recently revealed that they wrote the lyrics of the song while at the studio of Andre, real name Andrew Ojambo.
They had gone to his studio to record a different song which he didn't like and he encouraged them to come up with something different. He left them there for many hours and when he returned they had come up with some lyrics, which he advised they tweak a bit, and the song was born.
Even songstress Juliana Kanyomozi has confessed that the song is good.
"This song is addictive 😜" she captioned a TikTok video in which she is seen lip-syncing to the song.
During a recent interview with Urban TV, they said they are currently making money from fashion (including tailoring) because music hasn't started yielding funds.
They said they would want to collaborate with Sheebah Karungi, Vinka, Winnie Nwagi, Kapa Cat, Spice Diana, and Chosen Becky.
Getting an endorsement from a star like Juliana Kanyomozi is a huge win for them. Her TikTok video has already racked up over 119,000 views and 12,000 likes.
It's also a surprise, considering she has been accused by some in the music industry like Nimrod Nabeeta, popularly known as DJ Nimrod, of not supporting fellow artistes.
She recently defended herself, saying: "Anyone who has followed me for a while will tell you that I'm always there for my colleagues. Social media support is not the only form of showing support. There are a lot of things I do for people that you don't know about... so, I don't have to explain myself because someone talked. Everyone is entitled to their own opinion. If he sees me like that, it's fine. I'm a big fan of Ugandan music. On my playlists, it's Ugandan music that's on top. In my car, there are repeats of Ugandan music. I'm patriotic."
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