Eddy Kenzo and Jose Chameleone entertain the crowd at UG dance party. Credit: © MBU | JOHN BATANUDDE

Following the fracas surrounding the ‘Inabana’ song on which Jose Chameleone and Eddy Kenzo are controversially featured by Harmonize, the Leone Island boss has given his position on the situation.

In an audio that was accessed by this website, Chameleone is heard revealing how he got to record the initial collaboration with the Wasafi singer.

He then reveals how he had started building a good relationship with Harmonize all based on the fact that he adores his musical prowess and because of the excitement that they had a collabo in line.

To his surprise however, the same song was recorded with Kenzo and Chameleone was scrapped off. A video was also shot with the Big Talent singer yet that had been planned with Chameleone as well.

Chameleone blames the entire mix up on Harmonize’s manager who he believes asked for too much from an artiste like him. The communication was as well not as consistent and Chameleone decided to pull out of the entire project.


Chameleone distances himself from the beef that has been created mostly by the artistes’ fans online saying that no one should be blamed because Harmonize has full rights to the song and can decide on what to do with it.

He also urges fans not to blame Eddy Kenzo because it’s not his fault but rather reasons that the Tanzanian’s might be having a music business system that doesn’t cater about other people’s plans.

In conclusion, the singer urges fans of all artistes not to be divided by the incident but to rather understand that those are the dynamics of the arts industry as a whole. Listen to more of what he had to say below:

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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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