The Masaka Kids Africana group became the first Ugandans to register two million subscribers on their YouTube account.

The music and dance group based in Masaka comprises of mostly young children most of whom have lost parents through the devastation of war, famine and disease.

Over the last three years, the group has been rising steadily in the local music ranks. They have also gained instant international recognition for their unique art.

Their following on social media speaks for itself as they continue to be the mostly followed music group in the land.

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Their YouTube numbers have always turned heads and just a few weeks ago, they made history after helping Eddy Kenzo become the first Ugandan to make 100m views on his YouTube video, a dance challenge for his hit song Tweyagale.

Masaka Kids Africana now have the most subscribed to YouTube channel in Uganda with 2,000,000 subscribers.

They shared the good news on their social media platforms as they thanked their fans for their love and support.

Congratulations to the talented lot on the deserved milestone!

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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