Duda's contribution is an answer to a challenge from a Polish rapper, Zeus, part of a charity action in which musical performers record 16 verses of rapped text to raise money for Poland’s health service. The action so far has raised over 1.6 million zlotys ($380,000).
Others who have participated include popular singer-songwriter Dawid Podsiadlo and opera countertenor Jozef Jakub Orlinski. Duda's participation comes as he seeks a second term in a presidential election that is expected within the next three months. It was originally due to be held last Sunday, but was postponed last week amid criticism of a plan by the conservative government — which backs the incumbent — to go ahead with an all-postal vote amid restrictions on public life caused by the pandemic.
Some users commenting on the video have argued that the head of state is helping raise money for a health service that the government which supports him doesn't fund sufficiently.