The New Times (Kigali)

Rwanda: Mani Martin to Launch Fourth Album

R&B singer Mani Martin is currently working on his fourth album set for launch at Kigali Serena hotel in September.

He told The New Times that the album, "My Destiny" will feature eight singles with two of them in Swahili, one in English and the rest in Kinyarwanda. "I already released the songs and I am now working on their videos since my target is to ensure that by that time, all my songs have videos," said Martin.

The songs include some of his latest hits like "Rwagasabo", "Birawewe", "Irungu", "Hamani" and "Nyiramwiza". It will be close to a year since Martin released his third album, "Intero yamahoro" which has 10 tracks including, "Mazi magari", "Ideni", "Amateka" and "Niwowe", among others.

He said he will have completed to shoot his videos in a month. The Videos will be produced at Vision Afro studio in Kacyiru. "I am doing my best to make sure that I give my fans the best I can," he said. His videos will feature other fellow musicians including Miss Shanel and Patrick Nyamitare among others.

Martin, who claims to have invested Rwf2 million in the video project, said the shooting will take place in various places in urban and rural centres.

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