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January 12, 2014

Rapper Amagi to rock Quelque Part bar

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Rapper Amagi to rock Quelque Part bar

Amagi The Black

Hip hop star Amagi the black aka Uruhinja is set to thrill music fans in a concert organized by Quelque part bar management on Friday.

The Umusaza hit maker disclosed the information to tukabyine.com while promoting his new gospel song dubbed Mana Yanjye.

 “I will perform for free but in a way of promoting my new songs,” says Amagi the black.

Amagi added that, music is a business which needs devotion and good marketing strategies including free concerts.

Amagi the black is one of the first rising hip hop star in the country with huge number of fans across the country.

The rapper’s album launch flopped last year but he promised to stage various shows country wide to promote his music this year.

Amagi boasts of songs like Uruhinja, Turi Kwishuri, Care and more.

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