Alpha focused on the top prize

Rwanda’s only remaining Tusker Project Fame contestant Alpha says he has what it takes to win the highly contested TPF crown. Speaking on phone from the Fame House yesterday, Alpha said that his best performance is yet to come. “Watch out this Saturday, I am promising my level best performance, I know this song and I will deliver it really well,” said Alpha.
Alpha
Alpha

Rwanda’s only remaining Tusker Project Fame contestant Alpha says he has what it takes to win the highly contested TPF crown.

Speaking on phone from the Fame House yesterday, Alpha said that his best performance is yet to come.

“Watch out this Saturday, I am promising my level best performance, I know this song and I will deliver it really well,” said Alpha.

He told The New Times that the experience at the Academy has been a training ground and a platform for him to launch his music career.

“I have learnt a lot so far while at the faculty,” said the 23-year-old Alpha. “My capacity as a musician and I’ve significantly matured.”

As the shows gets closer, the competition gets even tougher, but Alpha assures Rwandans that he will continue to represent and make them proud as he is confident he has what it takes.

Alpha added that Nina’s and Christians exit from the show, left him the sole responsibility to carry the Rwandan flag high, a responsibility he says he has done to his level best.

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