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Liam Voice: Being called a Covid-19 artist made me work harder


Liam Voice, better known as Zisabusolo Willy or Zisabusolo Willy, is a singer and recording artist who gained fame during the Covid-19 period. In order to prove that he was more than a Covid-19 singer, he put in a lot of effort.

He stated this in an interview with local TV. According to Liam Voice, he wasn’t too upset because he earned a fortune. In addition to him, Pallaso and other artists were also called Covid artists.

However, this was because he released a number of popular singles during the Covid era, including “Guma,” a Ugandan Afropop-inspired love song produced by Warren D professor and featuring a video by Dat Guy Delta, “Bus,” an Afro Zouk love ballad infused with emotion, “Love Olinonya,” “Omwoyo,” and others that captured the hearts of young people across the nation, especially women and girls.

During his high school years, he fell in love with music. Participating in school dance and singing competitions fueled his passion.


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