Rapper Riderman has revealed a plan, still in pipeline, to launch his fifth album by the end of this year. The Primus Guma Guma Super Star winner disclosed the information after officially unveiling his newest video to the song Induru, which he says is an inspiration to shun away all the evil activities that are taking place worldwide.
“I don’t know yet the title of the album, but so far so good. I only have four songs remaining before its completion. The four remaining songs are being worked on in different studios, both in Rwanda and outside.”
Induru, his latest track, has already enjoyed a lot of listenership on FM stations across the country. In the song Riderman strongly condemns widespread corruption across the globe, promiscuity, drug abuse and murder. To him, it would be wise if people worked towards the good of the society as a way of soliciting heaven after death. He said, “We should all work towards the good and not the bad. We should all aim to enter into heaven one day.”