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Tugume Wycliffe nom de plume Ykee Benda is a quick-rising performer from Uganda marked to Badi Music. The 25-year-old originates from Kireka, a Kampala suburb. Being the seventh kid in an enormous family, Ykee was constantly respectful.
His stage name Ykee Benda happened from his name Wycliffe combined with Benda — short for Blessed Every Night and Day Amen). “I accept that everything is connected to God and anything is possible. [That’s the means by which I picked that name].” He says
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Prior to the music, Ykee went to Shimoni Demonstration School for his essential level instruction and St Lawrence Secondary School. I would later join Makerere University Business School (MUBS) for a four-year certification in Business Computing for close to 12 months, a thing my dad never needed.” After the main semester, Ykee got a grant to examine Chemical Engineering in Algeria, which he took up to make his folks glad. They generally had dreams of their child turning into a Chemical Engineer.
All through the 4-year course, Ykee consistently had an expectation that one day he would return to music as that was his heart’s fantasy. He clarifies how he made the progress: “around then I heard that there was an astounding music maker called Nessim. I spared all my little reserve funds with the goal that I would meet him after my course.”
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In the wake of achieving a top of the line degree in Chemical Engineering, Ykee chose to begin a vocation in music and let his Engineering profession rest. He finishes up: “I broke out when I sang “Muna Kampala”, a tune I expounded on the affection I had for a specific Kampala young lady. That was in 2015 and this one despite everything sells up to now!”
Today Ykee Benda is hailed for hit tunes, for example, Malaika, Kyenkyebula, Muna Kampala and Farmer.
He will make his presentation on Coke Studio Africa this year in the Big Break Segment combined nearby Jah Prayzah (Zimbabwe) and Mr. Bow (Mozambique).
The trio will be created by top Tanzanian ability Nahreel. Ykee says of his introduction on the show: “Being on Coke Studio this year will be a profession changer for me as my music has additionally been hitting the wireless transmissions solid this year. I realize that the open door will likewise uncover greater quality Ugandan music to the world. It’s likewise a fantasy materialized for me to work with specialists I have been looking for a considerable length of time. I have frantic regard for Jah Prayzah and Mr. Bow. Presently am here teaming up with them and working with the best maker in the business. It’s simply staggering!”