Eddy Kenzo, arguably one of the biggest East African music exports filled up the stadium while headlining at a concert in Guinea Conakry. The singer was amazed by the crowds and how the crowd kept singing along his songs even when he stopped singing for a moment.

Singer Eddy kenzo, real names Idrisa Musuuza is one of the few East African artistes whose music crosses over to West Africa and Southern Africa. There must be a secret he is hiding from all these other artistes because not many artistes pull off mammoth crowds when performing in foreign land.

The Big Talent CEO headlined the Pan African Festival held in Guinea Conakry, and filled up the stadium to full capacity – very much to his surprise. He sang most of his songs including the famous ‘Sitya Loss’ which most fans seemed to know as they sang along from start to finish.

Eddy Kenzo is currently on a western music tour in countries like Ivory Coast and Guinea Conakry where he is slated to be headlining concerts.

Congratulations Eddy!

Josh Ruby is an Editor with high interest and knowledge in the Ugandan entertainment space, an industry he has been actively part of since 2010. Leads to breaking stories are welcome!

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