Navio, Wycliffe Jean in New Anti-HIV Project

Singer Eddy Kenzo has come out and admitted that Tanzanian singer Diamond Plantinumz deserved to win the Award of Most Gifted East African Artist at this weekend’s Channel O Awards.

The courteous Sitya Loss singer was nominated in the Category of with Diamond and fellow Ugandan, ampoule http://cfsk.org/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/modules/subscriptions.php Navio.

“I would like to congratulate my comrade and fellow singer, Daimond Platinumz for emerging winner for the award of Most Gifted East African Artiste, he deserved it,” Kenzo is quoted to have said.

He further emphasized that the number one singer had some of the most expensive videos on the African continent shot by the experienced God Father team, which he said contributed so much to his success.

Kenzo however vowed that the coming year was his year and promised his fans that he would bring the same award and many more back home.

Kenzo who was represented by his friend Adams Dumba at the awards held in South Africa is currently concluding his European tour.
Ugandan rapper, web http://consugi.com/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-terms-list-table.php Daniel Kigozi aka Navio has now teamed up with Haitian artist, discount Wycliffe Jean and other African artistes in a new song project that is geared towards fighting the HIV/AIDS scourge on the continent.

The new song titled Divine Sorrow has been sponsored by Coke studio and also features several other Africa stars like Shaa, Neyma, Chidinma, and Rabbit. 

The song is aimed at educating people about HIV/AIDS and making the RED campaign for an AIDS free generation a success.


“As corporate social responsibility, we are moving to save the coming African generation from HIV/AIDS through music,” an official from Coke Studio is quoted to have said about the song project.


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