46664 ambassadors are musicians, artists and sportsmen and women who are committed to supporting 46664 and the mandate its takes forward to find new hands to lift the burdens.
“I kindly wish to show my appreciation and gratitude to 46664 and Zain for ... choosing me as [a 46664] ambassador ... ”
My name is Bebe Cool, however, I was born Ssali Moses, in Uganda, as the last of 33 children.
I started my music in Uganda at primary school.
When I got older, music was my life and I did a lot of performances in schools for more than six years, which fetched me quite a bit of local fame. On completion of my A Levels, I headed to Nairobi to begin my international career where I worked with SINC STUDIO alongside the Ogapa Dj and we created what is now seen as the East African music industry.
I studied in Nairobi for four years, after which I chose to return to Uganda.
I have been nominated and won a number of awards, both local and international, including the PAM awards, MTV, Mobos, Kisima, Koras.
One of my biggest concerts was the 46664 concert in Hyde Park, which also saw me chosen as a 46664 ambassador.