In a recent emotional interview with Larry Madowo on CNN, Ugandan singer Edrisa Musuuza aka Eddy Kenzo opened up about his journey from the harsh realities of street life to the grandeur of the Grammy stage. The interview, filled with emotions, provides a glimpse into Kenzo's resilience and determination to international acclaim.
"I can't believe that I'm here," Kenzo confessed, his emotions on full display as he delved into his past, recalling the challenging 13 years spent living on the streets before finding success in the music industry.
The rollercoaster of Kenzo's life story, as narrated on CNN's African Voices, is nothing short of inspiring.
From battling homelessness to gracing the prestigious Grammy stage, Kenzo's trajectory has been a wild ride, capturing the hearts of fans globally.
Eddy kenzoo during the interview
The BET Award won by Eddy Kenzo has found a new home at the Uganda National Museum. In a gesture of generosity and inspiration, Kenzo donated three of his coveted awards to the museum, hoping to ignite the dreams of Ugandan youth and encourage them to pursue their aspirations with unwavering determination.
This weekend, music enthusiasts are in for a treat as a brand-new show, originating from both Kampala and Masaka, is set to captivate audiences. An entire episode of CNN's African Voices will be dedicated to the extraordinary life and career of Eddy Kenzo, offering an in-depth look into the man behind the music.
Larry Madowo, the host of the show, shared his experience with Kenzo, stating, "We played a little football with Eddy Kenzo, talked music, and shed some tears for this CNN interview. It gets emotional, but it's wholesome."
Eddy Kenzo gets emotional while discussing his past, 13 years living on the streets and making it in music.— Larry Madowo (@LarryMadowo) February 10, 2024
"I can't believe that I'm here," he said while fighting tears in this extraordinary CNN interview pic.twitter.com/LGpefzjDrt
The interview promises not only a closer look at Kenzo's musical prowess but also an intimate and touching exploration of the human spirit