Superstar Eddy Kenzo broke out from the landlocked East-Central African republic to a global phenomenon.
A recap on a great manifestation of Eddy Kenzo‘s position as an international superstar career run.
Eddy Kenzo was the first Ugandan artist to win the BET award (American award show that was established in 2001 by the Black Entertainment Television network to celebrate African Americans in music, acting, sports, and other fields of entertainment).
Over the past year in the history of the Ugandan music industry, a self-described hustler who rose from the ghetto to the top of the African music industry.
Uganda is one of the most diversified and vibrant of all African countries musically, despite the low coordination and global musical exposure, over the years the growth has been eminent in various genres and the rise of notable musical stars including Babaluku, Bataka Squad, Bebe Cool, Bobi Wine, Bosmic Otim and the rest
Edrisah Musuuza, known professionally as Eddy Kenzo, is a Ugandan singer and music executive who is a member of Big Talent Entertainment.
He received international attention after the release of his 2014 single, “Sitya Loss” and an accompanying viral video that featured the Ghetto Kids. In total, he has released 4 albums, including most recently, Roots, in 2018.
Also, the video has amassed over 35 million views on youtube global streaming platform.
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Eddy Kenzo has also won numerous national and international awards, including a Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Award in 2018 against some musical heavyweight, Nigerian mega star Davido and Ghanaian icon Sarkodie, also BET Award in 2015, and multiple All Africa Music Awards.
Ugandan pop star, Eddy kenzo has released his long awaited album- Made in Africa. The new album which has 21 tracks was launched on New York’s Times Square Billboard on 30th April
highlighting some notable factors and moves, from awards to album big name features, also by setting a new record for his career by bagging 2 track features on one of Africa’s music giants, Eddy Kenzo’s 5th studio recording album, titled ‘Made in Africa’.
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However, he has been gaining attention in the Afrobeat market and already taken the world from the sequel of his career achievement and safe to say that his worldwide superstar status is well-represented.