Big Talent Entertainment CEO Edrisa Musuuza alias Eddy Kenzo has come out and say that he doesn’t need promoters for him to survive in the music industry.
Kenzo has over the years amassed wealth and built a strong music empire through concerts and he is one of the most expensive artists in the country.
However, Kenzo said that he doesn’t need to rely on promoters to survive in the industry. He is determined to organize his events going forward.
The Big Talent boss explained he only needs endorsements from companies to have successful shows.
“I will organize my shows. I own all my songs, promoters can’t stop me from singing them. I will not even go to them for that letter which I saw every artist must have before staging a show. That is just curtailing my freedom,” Kenzo said.
During an interview, Kenzo was answering a journalist who asked him about his thoughts about the letter from Uganda Promoters Association.
It should be noted that Eddy Kenzo staged and promoted his Eddy Kenzo Festival back in November through his Big Talent events company something that left promoters in the country unhappy.
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