Grammy-award nominee artiste, Eddy Kenzo, has teamed up with top talent Gael Will for their latest love song titled ‘Choice’. Gael Will’s vocal prowess and songwriting skills have propelled him steadily up the ranks of Ugandan music. Having previously collaborated with renowned artists like Cindy Sanyu and Fille Mutoni, Gael Will now joins forces with Eddy Kenzo.
In ‘Choice’, both artists share their perspectives on arranged marriages, urging parents to refrain from selecting partners for their children. Gael Will, in his first verse, beautifully showcases his songwriting skills as he croons about encountering an angel. He lavishes praise upon her, proclaiming her as the perfect match for him.
Eddy Kenzo, known for his diverse music catalog, once again exhibits his versatility in ‘Choice’. He sings of the perils of arranged marriages, highlighting their propensity for unfortunate outcomes, and discourages parents from imposing their choices on their children.
The song ‘Choice’ was masterfully produced by Artin Pro at Axtra Nation, while the visually captivating music video was expertly crafted by Director Pest of Grate Make Filmz. This collaboration between Eddy Kenzo and Gael Will undoubtedly brings together two talented artists with unique perspectives. Their harmonious blend of voices and the compelling lyrics in ‘Choice’ make it a must-listen for music enthusiasts.
As Eddy Kenzo continues to make waves in the industry, it is evident that he consistently pushes boundaries and explores new avenues of musical expression. Likewise, Gael Will’s emergence as a rising star in the Ugandan music scene is a testament to his dedication and talent.
Together, they deliver a powerful message in ‘Choice’, urging individuals to embrace the freedom to choose their own partners and encouraging parents to support their children’s decisions in matters of the heart.
In conclusion, ‘Choice’ is a heartfelt love song that showcases the immense talent of Eddy Kenzo and Gael Will. It serves as a reminder to listeners that true love cannot be forced or predetermined, but rather discovered and nurtured through personal choice and connection.