Sierra Leonean American-based artist Ibrahim Kamara commonly called Uncle Papayzua has married a beautiful white lady in America.
The artist posted their beautiful wedding photos on social media with a beautiful writeup saying “Happy is a man who finds a true friend and far happier is a man who finds that true friend in his WIFE ❤️❤️
“Uncle Papayzua,” has left an enduring mark on Sierra Leone’s music industry. He’s responsible for chart-toppers such as “Sweet Me,” featuring Nega Don of LXG.
Initially, he kick-started his musical journey as part of a duo alongside fellow singer Black Snoop, creating some of Salone’s finest hits, including the dancehall anthem “Kata Kata.” However, their partnership was short-lived as both artists embarked on solo careers to pursue their true musical aspirations.
Since the split of the duo, Uncle Papayzua has delivered two albums: “FOCUS,” which boasted hits like “Look Na Ein Phone,” “Skololo,” and “Miss You,” featuring Case and “No Money, No Love,” which included the dancehall sensation “Sweet Me.” Notably, he clinched the Best Techno Song award at the SLEDU awards and the prestigious Best Artist award at the WHO IS WHO music competition in Europe on July 7, 2017.