In bad times the way forward is reinvention

The Why:

Once upon a time, there was a group of talented musicians who performed at some of the biggest festivals, congresses, and media outlets in the Netherlands and abroad. With over 800 musicians collaborating on around 50 shows a year, it's no wonder that they were in high demand. However, when the Corona crisis hit, everything changed. The sound of silence replaced the once-constant buzz of excitement and anticipation.

But, as they say, when the going gets tough, the tough get going. And that's exactly what Isaac did. He went back to the drawing board, seeking inspiration from his Ugandan roots, and reached out to like-minded individuals to form Kyakuwa Music. Together with co-writer Marlice Baart and producer DJ NLZ, Isaac channeled his musical talents into a new project that would help him navigate through the pandemic.

Kyakuwa Music is a special name for Isaac because it means "a gift from God," as given to him by his mother. And with this project, he hopes to give back to his fans and fellow musicians in a unique and inspiring way. By embracing the open online platform, Kyakuwa Music hopes to inspire colleagues in the entertainment industry to do the same.
But that's not all. Kyakuwa Music has a much larger goal in mind. They want to inspire music lovers and people everywhere to find the silver lining through music. Because even in the darkest of times, music has the power to uplift, inspire, and bring people together.

So, if you're looking for a bit of inspiration in these trying times, look no further than Kyakuwa Music. With their unique blend of talent, passion, and innovation, they are sure to brighten up your day and remind you of the power of music.