“Inabana”, a Harmonize song which featured Eddy Kenzo brought a lot of confusion in East Africa, as Jose Chameleone also released his own version without Kenzo, right after the official one was let out by Harmonize.
Kampala life eaters were on Saturday night graced with an electrifying performance as ‘Konde Boy’ Harmonize performed at his Uno listeners’ party that was held at Industrial Area-based night spot Guvnor.
The Bongo flava artiste who performed the crowd’s favourite hits like Inabana left the fans yearning for more, prompting the self-proclaimed love nigga president Eddy Kenzo to ask him to perform four more songs.
“My brother Eddy Kenzo is the King of East Africa, he has done great things,” said Harmonize.
The two music giants Eddy Kenzo and Harmonize also pulled off an exciting performance of their popular ‘Inabana’ and ‘Pull up’ songs as Ciroc bottles were popped in the house.
“Uganda loves you. Show them what you are capable of. Sing for them more songs,” Kenzo said when Harmonize handed him the microphone.
An excited reveller who couldn’t seem to have enough of Harmonize kept splashing money on the bona fide star as she danced with him.
At the release party of his new song “Uno” at Club Guvnor, Harmonize performed their version with Kenzo, together on stage.
The self-proclaimed Kondo Boy charmed Ugandans when he featured Eddy Kenzo on his ‘Pull up’ song and not forgetting ‘Kwa Ngwaru’ which he collaborated on with his former boss Diamond Platinumz.
“It’s always a privilege for me to come to Uganda not only for your massive support but for the brotherhood I have found here. “
Uganda becomes the third country to host the Uno release party after Tanzania and Kenya. Currently Ono is trending number one song in Tanzania and Kenya.
“With this release, I hope it trends in Uganda too” says Harmonize
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