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Eddy Kenzo-Chidinma hold collaboration talks

29 APR 2018 2:12 PM


Nigeria's Chidinma Ekile and Eddy Kenzo recently
Nigeria's Chidinma Ekile and Eddy Kenzo recently


It's not the first time the Uganda Tourism Ambassador, Eddy Kenzo is doing collaboration songs with artists from West Africa, we all remember the 'Mbilo Mbilo' remix which took the continent by storm, now the latest from the Kenzo camp is that he could be hitting the studio very soon to do a song with Nigerian singer and songwriter, Chidinma Ekile, aka Chidinma.

The two were sharing a light moment in Abdjan where they met for performances.

The 2018 Nickelodeon Kid's Choice Award winner shared four pics of him and the 'Fallen in Love' singer captioned as; "Chidima in Abidjan she is a great artist."

This was followed by a lot of activity from fans that were concerned with the Sitya Loss star, they want more of this when Kenzo is with Rema, but they see less of it prompting all sorts of reactions; 

"Is that why you did not take Rema out on her birthday?"

"As if you all don't remember that Kenzo grew up from the Chidima!!!! He is simply back to his roots. Take a chill pill, love is in the heart not Facebook pictures, stop feeling the heat."

"For sure this is becoming too much I have also started realising it, how can you post such when you didn't post any pics for Rema or even wish her a happy birthday, Hmmm am starting to get concerned though it's none of my business.."

Not long back, during Rema's second concert that was held at Serena Hotel, the fans took to Twitter with a hashtag #MakeItOfficial demanding that Kenzo formalises his relationship with his baby mama and fellow singer, Rema Namakula.



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