According to Muma Gee, this song was what she had long desired to create: "I have been doing my own thing.
I've been experimenting even while at the University of Port Harcourt.
It was there that she began to realise her musical talent and potential.
Upon finishing her primary and secondary school education in Abuja, Uwame enrolled at the University of Port Harcourt and earned a degree in Theatre Arts.
Speaking about the concept of the song, she explained "It's a single and more of appreciation for the transformation in my birthplace." Furthermore, Muma Gee stated that her new album called Motherland was in the making, and that "it was inspired by what I experienced when I went to Port Harcourt after many years in Lagos.
She was the only female solo artist called upon to sing at the last leg of the national tour.
Uwame's first taste of stardom came through her song "Kade", which became the title track of her first official album, released in 2006.
The single's accompanying music video directed by Wudi Awa, received five nominations, including two from the AMEN Awards (Best Picture and Best Costume) and one each from the Nigerian Music Video Awards, the Headies Awards, and the Sound City Music Video Awards.
In addition to her academic background, she owned and operated numerous other businesses including vehicle leasing company, restaurant, tailor shop and beauty salon.
Moving to Lagos, Muma Gee settled in Surulere, a residential and commercial area of that city.
On 23 June, Uwame received an engagement ring from Eke shortly after he had arrived safely from work. On 20 December 2011, Muma Gee and Prince Eke were married in a double traditional wedding ceremony in Ahoada East and Ngor Okpala respectively.