The Truth: Ghetto Kids, Not Eddy Kenzo Featured In Chris Brown’s Video

As March was coming to an end, Eddy Kenzo ran to his social media and drafted a post of how his hard work and resilience has enabled him get recognition from internationally acclaimed RnB artiste Chris Brown.

This was after he was invited to feature in Brown’s music video to his new song titled ‘Back To Love’.

“It’s very hard to believe. I remember when I started dance music media criticized me that I’m a dancer yet it was going to change the face of our music. Our industry is known everywhere right now because of kenzo style #happymusic. all artists wana collaborate with us now.” Reads part of his post.

However, the recently released music video doesn’t feature Kenzo anywhere. It only shows clips of the Ghetto Kids (Tripplets) and other children from different parts of the world pulling some awesome uniform dance moves.

According to the Chris Brown’s video which was entirely shot in Paris, the young dancers’ scene which was shot and directed in one of the slums in Kampala shows them dancing as various people are gathered, watching them showcase their incredible skills.

Ghetto Kids’ scene in Chris Brown’s video

The reason why Kenzo didn’t feature in the video could have been attributed to miscommunication from Nick Jackson of Riveting Entertainment who emailed Kenzo.

Watch Back To Love music video by Chris Brown below 

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