If this is to go by, it is indeed interesting how tables turn and things quickly take U-turns. Mukisa who only broke out about a year and a half ago is yet to cement her name on the local industry.
She barely has many hit songs and these can be counted on finger tips. It was even Kenzo who gave her a platform to break out in their Sango collabo.
Azawi meanwhile broke out around 2019 and since then she’s never looked back. She’s released hit after hit and has cemented her name as one of the best local singers.
Actually not only local but one of the promising singers on the African Continent. She’s gone ahead to collaborate with the likes of Nigerian famous DJ Neptunes, appear on the New York Times Square Billboard plus winning a couple of awards and nominations.
She also recently had one of the best selling concerts in the country at Lugogo Cricket Oval.
Azawi is already clearly a fan favorite unlike her ex ‘boss’, Martha Mukisa who still has a long way to go.
“Azawi was once my backup singer a few years ago. I’m glad that her career has turned out to be so great. And wish her all the best ahead,” said Martha Mukisa.
Besides being a great singer, Azawi is one of the best songwriters currently in the country. Such a scenario of where the back up singer usually turns out to be bigger than their master can be recalled between Mickie Wine and Eddy Kenzo.
It was Mickie Wine who gave the Big Talent boss a platform in their 2009 Yanimba hit. Since then, Kenzo has never looked back. He has established himself as one of the best singers on the African Continent.
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