Fastest rising Ugandan rapper Roland Kaiza aka Big Tril Saturday took home two awards at the Buzz Teeniez Awards 2019.
The ceremony took place at MTN Warehouse located at 1st Street Industrial Area, Kampala.
The awards were dominated by John Kashada aka John Blaq who picked the Teeniez Artiste of the year, Breakout Artist Of The Year and Male Artist Of The Year awards.
Big Tril, straight out of Baboon Forest Entertainment, also grabbed Teeniez Hottest Hip Hop Song Of The Year and Teeniez Hottest Song of the year for his continental banger and popular song “Parte After Parte”.
The awards came after he had taken Kampala by storm by performing on stage Thursday night with Nigerian singer WizKid at the Kololo airstrip held “Dirty December” concert.
Addressing press at Mestil hotel in Nsambya, WizKid admitted he had fallen in love with Parte After Parte and that he first heard the song while at a beach in Dubai.
Poised to become Africa’s finest Hip Hop artist, Big Tril is six feet-four inches tall and the last born of five children.
His name Big Tril means “Born in Greatness to Rise into a Legend”.
He went to Nakasero, Shimoni and Rubaga Boys for primary school and joined Turkish Light academy for both O and A level.
Currently, he is in his last year at Uptech pursuing a Bachelors degree in Multimedia Studies.
Big Tril says he grew up in an environment full of hip hop, reading hip hop magazines and listening to tapes by 2pac, JayZ and Biggie.
Locally, he was inspired by the late Philly Bongole Lutaya and his C.E.O GNL Zamba.
His five solo tracks include; “Drain me dry”, “Lost love”, “Zizu”, “Inside outside” and “Straka money”.
He was among the artists in “Sesetula” and “Competition is dead”, among other songs.
Professionally, Tril joined the music industry in March 2010 when Baboon Forest signed him.
Aside from music, he draws sketches and part times on Xfm when he is not playing basketball.
He raps in a mixture of English and Luganda.
He wants to do a collabo with soul singer Maurice Kirya, Tear Gas from South Africa and Caboo Snoop from Angola.
He also admires rapper Keko and Klear Kutz legend Navio.