Last month, Eddy Kenzo not only made Uganda but the whole of East Africa proud by being the first artiste from this region to win a BET award, thanks to his Sitya Loss single. This made him lots of friends and enemies.
On the positive side of things, he has developed musically. This is evident in his latest track Mbilo Mbilo. Over the years, one can note that the Sitya Loss singer endeavours to be a trend setter with his kind of music, either by introducing a dance move, or even just the title of the jam becoming common speak. On this song, he has taken it to a walking style.
He executes very simple lyrics in four languages; Luganda, Swahili, English and French. This all in a bid to capture a wider audience. This artistry is amazing especially how he fixes these languages in different parts of the song.
With Western instrumentals fused with traditional stringed instruments, not missing the African drums, the lyrics sync perfectly with the beat. Once one listens to this song they will not only want to dance along but put it on replay.
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