Missounwa Remix Download by Eddy Kenzo Ft Monique Seka

Singer, Big Talent Entertainment boss and Uganda’s Tourism ambassador Edrisa Musuuza aka Eddy Kenzo is undoubtedly the biggest export Uganda has currently. To affirm this, he is now in a brand new release of Missounwa Remix song, a piece originally from the legendary Monique Seka from Ivory Coast. The song is off his latest Made in Africa album 2021.

Missounwa is a song that most of us grew dancing to and it is a great African classic that sets that mood high even if it is playing now. It is believed that Eddy Kenzo lobbied for this great Missounwa remix or remake on his Made in Africa album 2021 when he was locked in Ivory Coast recently due to COVID lockdown in Uganda.

This is Eddy Kenzo’s latest collaboration song this year and it is set to set for him a new trend on the Afrixan content and beyond. Missounwa Remix comes in days after he appeared on the New York Time square billboard, making him the first Ugandan artiste to appear on the famous billboard.



Missounwa remake remix Eddy Kenzo and Monique Seka
Monique Seka (Courtesy Photo)

She was born on the 22nd of November in 1965 and she is nicknamed the queen of Afro-zouk music. Also is a singer from Ivory Coast. With the musical fusion that she generates, Monique Seka’s Afro-zouk music is popular across Ivory Coast, Africa.


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Monique Seka is the daughter of Seka Okoi who also was an Ivorian singer famous in the 1970s. Seka was apprenticed by her father and that was the time she started to experiment mixing zouk and rhythms to create Afro Zouk, a genre she picked up after from then.

Monique does Zouk, Afro Beat and Soukous genres.



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