For starters, should numbers on YouTube be such a big deal for Ugandan entertainers? Why have most Ugandan artistes failed to find importance of YouTube views? What can be done to improve those numbers?

As you answer those questions, allow us to stand together with Edrisa Musuuza a.k.a Eddy Kenzo in celebration of achieving a feat that has become a huge challenge for other Ugandan singers – YouTube Views!

Having been in the music industry for over ten years now, Eddy Kenzo has managed to crack the code on how to achieve international recognition, winning numerous awards from across the world.

Eddy Kenzo (Photo by Hans Shots)

Through his music, he has exported Ugandan culture, talent, lifestyles, and so much more to different parts of the world and it has always paid back in equal measure.

The Big Talent CEO is never afraid to flaunt his achievements and he couldn’t hide his excitement after discovering that his YouTube channel had the most watched music videos in the +256.

Kenzo shared the list of the top ten most watched Ugandan music videos, and apart from Jose Chameleone’s video for ‘Badilisha’ which came in 7th position, the rest belonged to the ‘Sitya Loss’ singer.

Kenzo’s videos that made the list include; Maria Roza (29M), Sitya Loss on VeVo (20M) Sitya Loss (23M), Freestyle (13M), Kadondo (12M), Zigido (12M), Let’s Go (7.5M), Jambole (6.3M), So Good (6.2M).

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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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