Since a multitude of his awards have failed to silence his critics, it seems Eddy Kenzo has finally found a solution to his critics.
He has released to the public photographs of his state-of-the-art music studio, Banq Records.
And you guessed right! The inside of the studio is as good as several of his awards winning songs that have been produced from there by Ugandan audio music producer Kuseim.
Not surprising that he is likely to add to his awards collection thanks to the quality of his music. Having ended 2017 with over four international awards to his name, it appears 2018 is not any different and he attributes all of this to his studio.
Even before the end of the first month of 2018, Kenzo has landed a nomination in the International Reggae and World Music Awards.
He is nominated in the category of ‘Best African Entertainer’ alongside top African artistes like Wizkid, Davido, Ghana’s stone boy and Shatacha Wale.
For the past days, there has been a brewing war between Kenzo and Bebe Cool over the latter failing to recognise the efforts of the former on his list of “Best musicians of 2017”.
Kenzo, who won over three international awards last year couldn’t hide his disappointment henceforth accusing Bebe Cool of being envious.
He laughed at his claims of being the heavyweight of Uganda’s music industry, saying how can someone be in industry for over 20 years but has no music studio to his name but still claims to be a big artiste?