Only those critics who don’t follow him can say that one of the best ever Ugandan Luga Flow rappers GNL Zamba who relocated to the USA in 2014 is just there wasting time. He is actually still doing music which has even seen him win awards
A few days ago, the rapper’s ‘Leo Ni Leo’ song scooped the ‘Best Worldbeat Song’ Award at the recently concluded 2019 edition of the Independent Music Awards in New York, America
He took to his social media platforms to share his delight about beating the other nominees to the award.
“We were excited to win our first International award as a cross cultural duo especially for our fans all over the world and World music culture as a whole. Thanks to the Independent Music Awards for also allowing us the opportunity to rock the stage closing Finale” Read GNL’s post of Facebook
The ‘Soda Jinjale’ hit maker was nominated in the categories of; ‘Best Debut Album’ (Nsimbi), ‘Best Worldbeat Song’, ‘Best Spoken Word’, and ‘Best Narrative Music Video’ but he managed to win ‘Best Worldbeat Song’
GNL standing for ‘Greatness No Limits’ is a popular Ugandan and influential Luganda Flow (Luga Flow). He is credited for bringing Luganda rap style of music to mainstream radio and other media in Uganda..