7 February 2013

Rwanda: Knowless Heads to K?la As Rwanda Nite Returns

Dream Boys and Knowless have released a video of Baramponda, a captivating song, from one of the country's leading music groups. ( Resource: Dream Boys ft. Knowless - Baramponda

RnB beauty queen Knowless Butera will, this weekend, be in the Ugandan capital Kampala where she will perform at the re-packaged Rwanda Nite. The event, at Club Rouge, which organisers plan to make a monthly event, brings together many Rwandans living in Uganda.

"We are revamping this 'night' sothat it becomes a major theme night in Kampala. When we launched it back in 2010, we started on a good note but later some of the organisers were a disappointment and the management had to bring it to an end. But this Saturday, we begin a new chapter of what is going to be the greatest night for Rwandans and Ugandans," said Gift Giftorius of Gift Pro, the organisers of Rwanda Nite at Club Rouge.

Intore Masamba was the first Rwandan artiste to appear at the event packed with Kampala's crème de la crème. MC Tino and his TBB group will be the curtain-raisers before Knowless and Chameleone unveil the new track they've been working on since the RPF Jubilee celebrations last December. Vamposs, who early last year released the song, 'Ndemeye' with Knowless is also expected to join her on the stage.

Knowless will be joined by DJ Pius, formerly of Le Must Club.

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