In 2012, the Ugandan music scene was blessed with a fresh rapper breaking onto the scene at quite a young age. Zack Mukisa a.k.a Yung Zee’s music had a mature touch to it and the HipHop genre felt a perfect fit for him.

The 12-year-old swaggarific rapper released songs like Criminal Swagg, Look At Me Now, I Had A Dream feat. Sera (RIP), Bad Guy, She Is Gone, among others under Swangz Avenue.

Yung Zee in ‘Criminal Swagg’ video (YouTube)

He has now returned to reclaim his former glory and chose to re-brand from Yung Zee to Zagazillion. He just loves the letter ‘Z’ doesn’t he? Well, for the music he does, the re-brand seems a match.

Now under Dre Cesar Management, Zagazillion is back to doing music with a brand new song titled ‘Allowed’ after breaking off for eight years. He notes that he took the break so as to complete his studies.

I had given myself a break to finish my studies but now am back on the music scene and am ready to give my fans magic.


Allowed was produced by Jay Puzzle and the video was directed by the multi-award-winning Nigerian videographer Clarence Peters who has worked with top African stars.

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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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