What does it feel like to be the first Ugandan artist to be nominated for a Grammy Award? This is the question BBC News Africa posed to musician and producer Eddy Kenzo, and the answer is one of immense pride and excitement.
Kenzo is the first Ugandan artist to be nominated for a Grammy Award, and the implications of this nomination are far-reaching. Not only is he the first Ugandan to be nominated, but he is also the first East African to be nominated in the category of Best World Music Album. This nomination is a huge milestone for the African music industry and for Kenzo himself.
Kenzo is well aware of the impact his nomination has on the African music industry, and he is proud to be a source of inspiration for other African artists. He expresses his gratitude for the support he has received from his fans and the African music community, and he hopes his nomination will encourage more African artists to pursue their dreams.
The nomination has also sparked a wave of excitement in his home country of Uganda. Kenzo is seen as a source of pride for the country and his nomination is a reminder that anything is possible with hard work and dedication.
Kenzo’s nomination is a huge accomplishment and a sign of progress for the African music industry. His story is a testament to the power of hard work and dedication, and it serves as an inspiration to all African artists who are striving to make their mark in the music industry.