British-Ugandan singer Michael Kiwanuka releases Black Man In A White World Single

Michael Kiwanuka is back, and he brings with him a package of glorious soul.

The British singer born to Ugandan parents has released a new single dubbed “Black Man In A White World”. 

The single comes at a time when there is much focus on the race topic, an issue that has sparked a lot of debate worldwide. The 28-year-old has picked the best time to speak his mind.

The video directed by Hiro Murai and shot in black and white depicts a character seemingly lost dancing on empty streets while clapping hands, suddenly a police car is involved in an accident and the character seemingly unperturbed continues to dance until he floats in the air.

His second album “Love & Hate” is due to be released on May 27.

You can pre-order the album here: https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/love-hate/id1096977699?app=iTunes

“Love & Hate” album produced by Brian Joseph Burton and Inflo was recorded in Los Angeles and London

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