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Ugandan singer Eddy Kenzo is on cloud 9 as he hits 1 million subscribers on his YouTube channel.

This is a huge milestone to the Big Talent CEO because he has now become the first Ugandan to ever have a YouTube channel with such a huge number of subscribers hence proving his prowess in the music industry not only of Uganda but Africa as a whole.

Even if you combine the three Uganda’s most celebrated musicians’ YouTube handles (Bobi Wine, Bebe Cool, jose chameleone) you can’t get a quarter of Eddy Kenzo’s subscribers hence continuing to prove that he’s currently the biggest asset in Uganda’s music industry.

The second Ugandan YouTube channel with huge number of subscribers is that of comedian ‘Anne Kansiime’ which currently has 995k subscribers. Congratulations Eddy Kenzo!!!!

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