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Eddy Kenzo, Ghetto Kids to feature in Chris Brown video

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Uganda’s global representative Eddy Kenzo is jubilating after Chris Brown’s management invited him to be part of his new music video titled; ‘Back to love’.

Nick Jackson of Riverting Entertainment, the production company that works with artiste Chris Brown, broke the news to Eddy Kenzo.

It is said that Chris Brown was intrigued after watching Kenzo’s dance clip.

Like anyone else would, Kenzo took to social media to share the good news with his fans and followers.

“Okusinzira e’mbera mwenazalibwa n’emwenakulira it’s very hard to believe naye mukama antuuziza nabarangira ate nga bebanonya I remember when started dance music, media yanvumanyo mbu ndi dancer bra bra bra kumbe byebigenda okukyusa face ya music wensi yafe. Our industry is known everywhere right now because of kenzo style #happymusic. all artists wana collaborate with us now.”

“We receive alot of emails from European artists, American, South America, Caribbean, French Africa, Anglophone Africa, Latin America, kwegamba everywhere appreciating our works. Kale nze Ani musuuza wabwe Family yafe yefe abali abanaku abasembayo mu community yabanaku. Oh My God! Munsonyiwe okubagamba nga story yange most of the times but I believe story yange might help someone out there n’emugumya oba nekyusa life ye. Kale Bantu bange with GOD everything is possible. Work hard believe achieve. #Godfirst Chris Brown Kati bebatunonya mungu mugaga,” Kenzo narrated.

Meanwhile the Ghetto Kids also posted a video on social media celebrating the same.

“We are very happy that Chris Brown picked one of our videos which will be featuring in one of his videos titled ‘Back To Love’. We are happy to be representing our country Uganda on a big scale. Big up on the man himself Chris Brown,” they said.

Eddy Kenzo

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