Skol Cup pre-launch
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In pictures: Skol Cup pre-launch

Posted  May 28, 2013  by  admin

The Skol Cup, sponsored by Skol beer, will be played this weekend on 1st June 2013, and prior to that the organizers organized a pre-launch at Kimisagara. Tukabyine.com was there and captured some of the pictures below:   Female dancers entertain guests   Left: An inflated balloon of Skol and right, a female dancer thrills […]

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I would never quit music -King James
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I would never quit music -King James

Posted  May 28, 2013  by  admin

RnB star King James has brushed aside suggestions that he may be looking to quit his music career after rumors started doing rounds on different celebrity websites. The star, who won last year’s edition of Primus Guma Guma Super Star, insists that he would never abandon a career that made him who is today. The […]

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Awards will recognize local rappers
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Awards will recognize local rappers – Jay Polly

Posted  May 24, 2013  by  admin

Rapper Jay Polly has defended his new invented hip hop awards as the ones which will bring a revolution in Rwandan hip hop genre. Speaking to The New Times, the rebel rapper said that his move is purely intended to reward the hardworking rappers in the country whose relentless efforts have gone unnoticed in the […]

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A great mentor in Producer Nicolas-Artist Nani

Posted  May 24, 2013  by  admin

Rwandan artist Prince Nani appreciated help given to him in his music career by Producer Nicolas Nic which has helped him develop a lot in the music industry. This artist who takes his recordings to Rafiki Records said that Producer Nicolas is one of a kind and can never be compared to other producers in […]

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Tidjara bites back

Posted  May 23, 2013  by  admin

Magic FM radio presenter has reacted to the news that she insulted Rwandan musician Meddy with a clear-cut message that “some journalists should go back to school”. Tidjara was fielding in questions from the media when the delicate subject was introduced and quickly pointed out that standards of journalism have dropped to a record high. […]

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