Rapper Peter Mugabi Settimba better known as Peter Rhymer has finally dropped the long awaited visuals of his latest song Tewali.
Released in May, the song dramatizes issues that happen in romantic relationships and lives of couples.
The new video which dropped on Tuesday November 23rd lives to the billing of the audio as it also incorporates the idea of comedy and drama.
The dramatization is evident from the exaggerated facial expressions, acting crazy and dancing silly.
Speaking to The Tower Post recently, Peter Rhymer revealed that he intends to focus more on comedy in his music to always bring a smile on his audience’s face, reminding them that it’s possible to keep a smile despite the difficult times brought by the Covid19 pandemic.
He said that most of his future songs will always be comedy related because personally, he has more fun making such music.
“I’m also currently working on a comedy rap battle series, all original material written by myself, just like my music,” he further revealed.
Rhymer who is based in both in Uganda and the United Kingdom revealed that just like other artistes worldwide, he has been hit hard by the Covid19 lockdown since he is no longer performing yet he has to keep releasing songs.
“I was in two minds whether to do a music video or not due to this pandemic and not being able to perform. But, life’s goes by on and I decided that I had to just keep pushing,” he revealed.
Watch the video below.