Uganda’s award-winning artist Eddy Kenzo ”Tweyagale” music video has hit 12 million views in 1 month on music streaming platform YouTube.
A few weeks ago during an interview, Kenzo revealed that using kids to bop in his videos came as an ingenious concept later sprung him unto international recognition.
He urged other artists to return up with their own concepts to differentiate their art and check out to wave the Ugandan flag across the planet as he has finished the past five years.
The Masaka Kids Africana came up just a couple of years ago inspirationally from the Triplets Ghetto Kids. Their dances and lifestyle seem to possess caught the eye of the international audience.
It is a gaggle composed of young Ugandan children, from the age of two and up. Many have lost one or both parents through the devastation of war, famine, and disease.
Most of their videos on social media always have many views. Their YouTube channel is one among the foremost active, in terms of views and subscribers, in Uganda.
They caught the wave that Kenzo’s song Tweyagale was making as soon because it was released and that they rose to the challenge to form a video challenge dancing to the song.
Released on 23rd February 2020, their video that was uploaded on Kenzo’s YouTube channel has gathered 12 million views. that’s no usual feat for any Ugandan artiste and therefore the views are sure to keep soaring.
The original video of the song stands at 1.3m views on YouTube but this dance video seems to be pushing the song to greater heights. it had been recently named together of the foremost listened to songs on YouTube.