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GNL Zamba (Ernest Nsimbi) was born on 4 July, 1986 in Uganda. Discover GNL Zamba's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 34 years old?
|Popular As||Ernest Nsimbi|
|Age||35 years old|
|Born||4 July 1986|
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GNL Zamba Height, Weight & Measurements
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Who Is GNL Zamba's Wife?
His wife is Miriam Tamar
GNL Zamba Net Worth
His net worth has been growing significantly in 2020-2021. So, how much is GNL Zamba worth at the age of 35 years old? GNL Zamba’s income source is mostly from being a successful . He is from Uganda. We have estimated GNL Zamba's net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.
|Net Worth in 2021||$1 Million - $5 Million|
|Salary in 2020||Under Review|
|Net Worth in 2019||Pending|
|Salary in 2019||Under Review|
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2019 - 256 hip-hop awards African rapper of the year (win)
2014 – Twaweza Best Social Impact Through The Arts Award (Win)
2014 – Zina Awards: Best Hip Hop Single (Nomination)
2014 – Hipipo Awards: Best Hip Hop Artist (Nomination)
2014 – Rising Star Awards: Best Hip Hop Artist (Nomination)
2013 – Uganda Buzz Music Awards: Best Group (Win)
2013 – Club Music Video Awards: Video of the Year (Win)
2013 – Club Music Video Awards: Best Male Video of the Year (Win)
2013 – Kadanke Awards: Best Hip Hop Single (Win)
2013 – Kandanke Awards: Artist of the Year (Nomination)
2013 – Kandanke Awards: Best Male Artist (Nomination)
2013 – Kandanke Awards: Best Hip Hop Single (Nomination)
2012 – Uganda Buzz Music Awards: Best Male Artist (Win)
2012 – Uganda Buzz Music Awards: Best Hip Hop Single (Nomination)
2012 – Kandanke Awards: Artist of the Year (Nomination)
2011 – Uganda Buzz Music Awards: Hottest group (Win) * Baboon Forest
2011 – International Education Conference: People's Choice Digital Media (Win)
2011 – Pearl of Africa Music Awards: Best Hip Hop Single (Win)
2011 – Pearl of Africa Music Awards: Best Single (Nomination)
2011 – Pearl of Africa Music Awards: Best Male Artist (Nomination)
2011 – Uganda Buzz Music Awards: Artist of the Year (Nomination)
GNL participated in Friend A Gorilla, an Oxfam-sponsored campaign about environmental education with the Uganda Wildlife Authority. His song "Story ya Luka" was selected by the Uganda Ministry of Health to headline a 2010 AIDS youth education campaign. His video collaboration for "True Manhood" with Young Empowered And Healthy (YEAH) Uganda encouraged Ugandan youth to use condoms, and it won the People's Choice Digital Media Award at the 2011 International Entertainment Education Conference. Over a three-year period, GNL worked with Buzz Teenies to tour Ugandan schools, offering youth mentorship, encouraging social unity and staying in school. In 2014, the Twaweza Initiative awarded GNL for the positive social impact of his song "We Cry", which speaks about street violence and safe sex. Since 2013, GNL has partnered with Reach A Hand Foundation Uganda to participate in a series of youth edutainment campaigns. He has been invited to lecture at Makerere University's College of Humanities on oral literature and ethnology.
2010 – Pearl of Africa Music Awards: Best Hip Hop Single (Win)
2010 – Uganda Buzz Music Awards: Best Hood Rapper (Win)
2010 – Uganda Buzz Music Awards: Artist of the Year (Nomination)
2010 – Uganda Buzz Music Awards: Best Male Artist (Nomination)
2010 – Pearl of Africa Music Awards: Best Group (Nomination)
2010 – Pearl of Africa Music Awards: Best Single (Nomination)
2010 – Uganda Buzz Music Awards: Song of the Year (Nomination)
2010 – Kisima Awards, Kenya: Best Hip Hop Artist & Single (Nomination)
2009 – Pearl of Africa Awards: Best Hip Hop Single (Win)
2009 – Press Association Awards: Artist of the Year (Win)
2009 – Pearl of Africa Music Awards: Best Single (Nomination)
2009 – Uganda Buzz Music Awards: Best Male Artist (Nomination)
He began his professional music career in 2007, after completing a bachelor's degree in environmental science at Makerere University in Uganda. He was originally signed to Platinum Entertainment, and formed his own company Baboon Forest Entertainment in 2008.
GNL provides his lyrics in both Luganda and English. He auditioned for HIPHOP CANVAS in 2005 and 2008, organized by Platinum Entertainment's Shadrak Kuteesa. In these multilingual projects, GNL stood out by engaging audiences with locally relevant stories in Luganda, with lyrics that addressed Ugandan social issues. GNL Zamba was first recorded as part of the award-winning song "MotherAfrica", released by Hip Hop Canvas in 2005. He released his first mainstream album, Koyi Koyi, in 2009; it was praised for bridging the gap between traditional and contemporary sound. GNL Zamba has toured around Africa, Europe, and North America, performing at various festivals and conventions. He is also credited with inspiring the Ugandan President, Yoweri Museveni, to release his first single, "You Want Another Rap".
2005 – Pearl of Africa Awards: Best Hip Hop Single (Win)
GNL sings in urban Ugandan hip hop style called Lugaflow. Lugaflow is rap in Luganda, the indigenous language in Uganda's Central Region. Since the late 2000s, Lugaflow has inspired a new generation of Ugandan rappers to create popular music in their native language.
Born Ernest Nsimbi in 1986 in Uganda's Mukono district to a technical electrical engineer and civil servant, GNL Zamba was first encouraged toward music by his grandmother, a leader in the church choir. The family settled into Kampala city's Kawempe slum following the Ugandan civil war, at a time of continuing instability and poverty, which shaped the upcoming artist into a storyteller who drew inspiration from the struggle of his youth. In secondary school, GNL served as the head writer of The Kiira Mirror, a member of the debate team, and chairman of the junior literature club. He went on to graduate with honours from Makerere University with a bachelor's degree in Environmental Management. Through the success of his music career, GNL was able to open a sports bar and bought land around Uganda.