Christopher promises action-packed 2015

Genre : Society news
Column : Music
Published on : 15/01/2015
Source : http://www.newtimes.co.rw/

Christopher Muneza came to fame after the release of his debut album Habona. He followed it up with collabos with some of the famous musicians in the country such as, Tom Close, Dream Boys and Knowless, among others. He was also the youngest contestant in the third season of Primus Guma Guma Superstar, an annual Rwanda reality singing competition show sponsored by Bralirwa's Primus lager.

At only 19 years of age, the singer fondly known as Christopher to fans, has already made a name on the music scene.
The R&R singer told The New Times, that he has been doing much behind closed doors since his February 2014 album launch and he is ready to roll out in the near future.
"My first album launch was very successful because I took enough time to work on it, and I want to do the same for my second album. Sometimes it is better to go slow than to rush," said Christopher.
Christopher is finalising his latest song Urubavu, which he intends to release this month. He is also working on his Valentine's Day concert that will be held at Kigali Serena hotel.
 
"I would like to alert lovers in Kigali to get ready for a romantic evening at Kigali Serena Hotel on February 14. I'm taking my time to organise this concert and I promise that it will be memorable. So you shouldn't miss it," he added.
 

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