The most recent nomination has been from the celebrated teen’s awards, Buzz Teens Awards
He might have a farming passion on the side, but this young star, Ali Ssejjamba a.k DJ Breezy is one to look out for this year.
The 22-year old has been nominated twice this year; in the category of Best DJ by two different awarding entities, in Uganda.
The most recent nomination has been from the celebrated teen's awards, Buzz Teens Awards that is due to take place on 14th, May, 2016, at UMA Show Grounds. He was nominated in the category of wickedest DJ.
He is up against names like DJ Nimrod, DJ Mark, DJ Roja & DJ Slick Stuart, in this category.
After concluding the Buzz event DJ Breezy will be heading on to the next event, Best of the Best Awards where he was also nominated in the Best DJ category; Mark, Shiru, Nimrod, Mercy and Slick Stuart & Roja, are the other DJs up in the same category with him. The event will take place on 20th, May, at La Bonita.
A little bit about who DJ Breezy is; he is a dare devil; out of his will he refused to pursue a university degree, and branched off into music. He was exposed to music, and production at an early age.
His elder brother owned a music and production studio, back then, and he often went over to help out; it is from this exposure that he eventually picked up the passion to go into disc spinning.
Since he started out as a DJ, in 2011, he has never looked back. He has gone from one DJ gig, at Hi-Table Bar, to include several others around the city, at different bars and night clubs.
He has also landed himself a radio gig at XFM radio; he hosts two shows, one called Xplosion that airs every Saturday night, and Old School that airs every Sunday evening.
"I hope to venture out of DJ work someday, but before I do I want to get the very best out of it, and at this point I am at the start," DJ Breezy said.
For both categories voting is done here . Vote for DJ Ali Breezy for Buzz Teens Award.
Then follow this link http://goo.gl/7y3J6q to vote him on Best of the Best Awards.
Push the button against his name to vote in both entities.