Having a catchy chorus coupled with a steady and infectious Afrobeat sound with a Zouk flavour to it, Leeta strongly showcases the vocal strengths of both Ngendo and Sheebah, and how the two artists complement each other when they decide to work together.
The song tells a story about finding love with the right person and how they can be the best version you ever wanted despite experiencing letdowns from the past which ties into the catchy chorus of, “leeta, leeta, leeta love letter…”
While working on the song and video, both Sheebah and Ngendo had a great time bringing their vocals and talents together to create something beautiful and amazing. ‘Leeta’ is a testament that both artists make a powerful duo.
“Getting to work with Sheebah on Leeta was an amazing experience that I will never forget. I enjoyed the time we spent coming up with ideas about the video and what we can do to make the song shine. I look forward to working with the Queen again. – Ruth Ngendo
The Leeta video was directed by the experienced Aaronaire.
Ruth Ngendo sees a bright future ahead after her collaboration with Sheebah on ‘Leeta’
Ngendo sees a bright future ahead and takes every opportunity seriously when it comes to collaborating with other music artists such as Sheebah, which brought their Leeta project to life.
Ngendo, 23, is a musician who is well versed in Urban Zouk and RnB music genres and is currently signed under gVisions Media. Ruth has become an artist to reckon with, having more than 5 beautiful songs and videos to her name with more on the way, her music career picked up when she released one of her best productions ever, ‘Matidde’ and later followed up with ‘Nteredde’ which cemented her as a serious vocal powerhouse.
Aside from that, Ngendo has other tracks like Mpita, Baby Yoo, Byewunyisa, and her famous collaboration hit with Daddy Andre, Gwoka. She has adopted a good sense of style as an artist and draws admiration from her fans for both her music and fashion sense.