By Hannah Marion Namukasa
Over the weekend, Zisabusolo Willy alias Liam Voice won the first national awards of his career for his numerous hit songs nominated which is one of the prove that is Ugandan hottest male vocalist currently.
With just few years of experience in the professional music belt, Liam Voice’s is indeed unstoppable and an ache to some of his fellow musicians since he proves untamed by defying all odds linked to him day after day.
In the early months of 2021, confirming him among the top-notch performers by the end of the year was suicidal but it’s now a different case to say especially after his gratifying music season.
Like any other hardworking young artist, this has elevated his music career, switching him to better ranks in the music industry.
Over the weekend, Liam Voice won the first national awards of his career for his numerous hit songs nominated in different categories, stiffly alongside star-stubbed names.
The “Omwooyo” singer scooped three trophies from the two awarding ceremonies that went down in Kampala City;h Breakthrough artist of the year – HiPipo Music Awards, Outstanding RnB Artist of the year – Janzi Awards, Song Writer of the year – Janzi Awards.
However, as a norm in the music fraternity globally, an outstanding new artist often marks his/her breakthrough in the game at least with an award recognition, Liam has now clicked the right button to stardom.
“Its really an emotional moment for me, I can’t believe that all this success comes to me. In a special way, I thank my mum for believing in me for all this long and supporting me. My management team, friends and fans, you are so lovely. I promise not to stop, more and more good stuff cooking,” Liam Voice said.
Liam seems not yet done with us as he still dubs with over nods in the Buzz Teenz awards that are taking place this weekend. Some of which include; Teenz Artist of the year, TikTok sound of the year, Breakthrough artist of the year, among others.
Zisabusolo Willy alias Liam Voice is a Ugandan vocal artist, who was born in 1998 in Kampala Uganda. He grew up with both his parents in Mutundwe, Kampala.
His passion for music started in the early 2015 when he was still in secondary school where he often participated in school dance and singing competitions and this inspired him to pursue music further.
With all this, Liam Voice is a storm to watch