Like they do every year before starting the competition, Primus Guma-Guma Super Star contestants will get involved in a series of humanitarian work and also participate in activities to commemorate the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi.
On April 20, the PGGSS season 8 contestants will visit Genocide survivors in Rwamagana District, Eastern Province, to understand the history of the Genocide and the struggle to liberate the country.
During the visit, contestants will take part in a series of humanitarian work and also participate in activities to commemorate the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi. In addition, there will be four community service-related activities as part of giving back to the community.
Last week, the contestants visited the Campaign against Genocide Museum at the parliament to understand the history of the Genocide and liberation.
The 10 contestants competing for the country’s most coveted music award are Jay C, Khalfan, Bruce Melody, Christopher, Active, Just Family, Young Grace, Queen Cha, Uncle Austin, Mico the Best.
Primus Guma-Guma Super Star is an annual local music competition created by East African Promoters (EAP) and sponsored by Bralirwa’s Primus. The aim of the competition is to bring together local artistes and to engage the nation in an exciting musical journey.
The competition has been running since 2011. Tom Close won the first edition, then King James, Riderman, Jay Polly, Knowless Butera, Urban Boys, and Dream Boys.