Wednesday, 30 November 2016
Eddy Kenzo's baby mama, Rema Namakula, has a crush on singer, song writer and actor, Trey Songz. The Kirungi singer revealed this yesterday on NTV the Beat show. The mom of one was apearing on the show to premiere her latest video, Akaliro.
She went on to thank the team at Coke Studio for bringing her close to top Naija star 2Baba and Trey Songz. Rema told Douglas Lwanga that she had always had a crush on Trey Songz so when she bumped into him in Nairobi, it was a feeling she could not explain.
What of Eddy Kenzo, Douglas asked, Rema was like; "Hmmm Trey Songz is next in line after Tata Amaal, she added.
Rema was in a joyful mood throughout the show but when Douglas reminded her of one of those old videos she did way back when still little, it brought back the memories of her mom who passed on after joining high school.
Rema revealed how veteran singer, Halima Namakula was behind her very first song whose lyrics were way too much for a girl of her age, so Halima had to do the song instead.
The show host asked her why she had to cut off her hair.. "I felt so nice after cutting it off", she responded.
You are always singing about Fire..You first did Fire Tonight and now Akaliro what is it with you fire! she laughed.
In relationships, we have our high and low moments, so when you are in your high moments, try as much as possible to keep it that way, that is the message in the Akaliro song. The video depicts a traditional setting..
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