Children of ‘Sitya Loss’ fame speak out

stronKampala- stronChildren who appear in singer Eddy Kenzo’s Sitya Loss video have spoken exclusively to Rainbow magazine, a product of Monitor Publications Limited, about their rise to fame.

The Sitya Loss video has gone viral, getting more than 3.3 million views on YouTube and people all over the world have been posting videos of themselves dancing to the song while trying to imitate the children’s moves. Sitya Loss is a Luganda phrase loosely translated to mean “I do not fear making a loss.”

And according to Dauda Kavuma, their trainer and manager, this video has earned the children and the singer a date with a popular US reality TV show, The Ellen DeGeneres Show, on a date yet to be communicated.

Uganda is gifted with many artistes and Eddy Kenzo is not passing off for an ordinary musician since he arrived on the music scene with his popular Stamina song.

Kenzo first established himself with his song Stamina that introduced new dance moves and hair style. No wonder, another group of dancers, though this time children, have reinvented him, albeit on the international scene.

The unique dance moves by youngsters in his recent video Sitya Loss did an impressive dancing skit and boy, did they dance or what?

Rainbow magazine interviewed Alex Ssempijja, Patricia Nabakooza, Isaac Tumusiime and Fred Tumusiime. See Rainbow magazine inside.


Edrisa Musuuza aka Eddy Kenzo was born in Masaka District. After his high school in 2007, he got into the studio to hone his craft.

However, his break-out year would wait up to 2010 with his song Stamina.

He has recorded four albums with his first released in 2009, followed by Stamina in 2010, Ogenda Kunzisa in 2012 and Kamunguluze last year.

SOURCE: Daily Monitor

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