In a recent interview with a celebrity website, singer Butera Knowless confessed that she had, with time, evolved from a naïve little girl seeking attention, to a mature woman who can be a role model to younger girls.
Knowless was responding to a question thrown at her in reference to the quick and sudden change in her dressing code that is currently in sharp contrast to that of a few years ago.
The diva was known to dress skimpily exposing her curvaceous body, thus earning widespread criticisms and applause in equal measure.
It is therefore no surprise that her latest video to the song Baramushaka contains none of such indecencies that have characterized her videos in the past. Aided by famous cultural dancing group Inganzo Ngari, the video’s attires, dancing moves and set-up predominantly reflect ancient Egypt’s choreographies perfectly blended with Rwandan traditional dances.
The video comes as a strong statement from Knowless who had promised her fans that 2014 will be even better than the previous year.
Knowless managed to launch her album Uwo Ndiwe and is in contention in Album of the Year at Salax Awards alongside Riderman’s Igikona, Kelele by Urban Boyz, Mudakumirwa by Kamichi and Uncle Austin’s Uteye Ubusambo.