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Dre Cali Heaps Praise On Eddy Kenzo

Mpaka Records singer Dre Cali has come out to heap praise on Big Talent boss Eddy Kenzo. Dre Cali said that he knows he still has a long way to go in his career but he’s grateful the way is already paved.

The Ekifuba singer said that he randomly thought of the things Kenzo has done for himself, the industry and the country. This made him realize that Ugandans should be proud that he’s a fellow countryman.

Dre Cali added that he’s inspired by the Weekend singer and believes he will also make it like Kenzo.

“As a young artist, I have a long way to go. I have very big dreams to do big things and win globally. It’s a long journey but when you find the way paved, it makes the journey smooth at some extent.”

“Just thought of the things Eddy Kenzo has done for himself, the industry and the country. I realize that we should be proud that he is a fellow Ugandan, he is pure pride for our country.”

I’m out of words but anyway I just felt like letting you know that the big brother is a KING. Eddy wear your crown with pride. LEGEND,” Dre Cali posted on his Facebook page.

The singer must have listened to Jose Chameleone’s message of applauding one’s legends when they are still alive.

There is no absolute doubt about Kenzo’s supremacy in the Ugandan music industry and the Continent. His CV is a fat one that needs no much description.

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