Celebs on their 2015 resolutions

Genre : Society news
Column : Music
Published on : 09/01/2015

some local artistes and fashion designers saw 2014 come and go and their eyes are already set on the journey to success in 2015. In this edition, some of our entertainers unveil what they plan to do this year.

Bruce Melody

Bruce Melody is a talented musician and singer-songwriter. The singer has received huge success by sticking to live performances.

He says: "I'm shooting the video of my single, Ntundize. The song will be released at Alpha Palace Hotel in Remera on January 24. That is just the beginning for me. Then there will be concerts within Kigali and around the country."

Phoebe Muyoboke, aka Jody

Jody is one of the forces to reckon with this year.
Jody is one of the latest entrants in the music industry. She is known for her singles Njye nawe, Intera, Tenderness, Ndacyashikanya, to mention a few. Her genre of music is Afropop that she at times fuses with soft reggae, R&B and dancehall. Jody says: "Well, it's still early but something will definitely come your way."
 
Eddie Mico
 
This young, talented and energetic gospel musician is out to do what he likes doing most-using his voice to praise and worship God. And he wants to make a difference in the lives of the youth that he meets.
 
Mico says: "I've been working with an American friend on the video of my song titled "I believe". It will be out in less than two weeks."

Aline Gahongaire

Aline Gahongaire is a famous Gospel singer and the founder of Alga Plus-Size Fashion show.
Gahongaire is a famous Gospel musician and an events organiser.
 
She puts it this way: "I will start rolling in March but I'm already preparing my usual Big Size Show. Then there is a new album that will come out later in the year, plus shooting videos as well. I will also visit students in various schools across the country.

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