Singer Edrisa Musuuza alias a.k.a Eddy Kenzo, according to seasoned musician Ragga Dee is qualified but not the best artist in Uganda. Eddy Kenzo is a talented musician but not Uganda’s greatest – Ragga Dee
After being questioned about Eddy Kenzo’s success in Uganda’s music industry based on his recent triumphant “Eddy Kenzo Festival” that he held at Kololo Airstrip, Ragga Dee offered his opinion.
At the Airstrip, Eddy Kenzo’s festival attracted a massive crowd of attendees.
Additionally, it featured local performers as well as international acts like Mampi from Zambia, American singer Matt B, Bahati, and Harmonize.
The singer of “Oyagala Cash” explained that the Big Talent boss is a very talented singer while answering the query.
He did, however, point out that Kenzo is not the best musician in Uganda even though he was nominated for a Grammy.
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Ragga Dee backed up his claim by saying that there are a great deal of unknown artists in various parts of Uganda who might be better than Eddy Kenzo.
The artist Eddy Kenzo is very talented. He is not, however, Uganda’s top musician. This is due to the fact that there may be unknown good artists in Karamoja and other areas.
Ragga Dee went on to emphasize that when you contrast today’s music with the early 2000s and earlier years, the latter’s music was very educational in contrast to today’s music, which is just bubble gum and doesn’t inspire anyone.