Eddy Kenzo already planning for life after music

BY: Eyalama In Entertaiment On

Big Talent boss Eddy Kenzo has joined a growing list of local musicians who want to quit the music industry.

In a new interview, Kenzo expressed his desire to leave the music business.

He wants to go and focus on farming in his hometown in Masaka District.

Kenzo, who has achieved a lot of success over the years has many awards to his name including a BET.

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The singer, however, wants to forget everything and live a quiet life.

He says he could continue to perform once in a while as he channels his energy to other businesses.

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Winnie Nwagi also confessed a few weeks ago that she is tired of the music industry. Nwagi’s feelings are fueled by negative criticism she often receives on social media.

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