Mushimiyimana sings to restore lost dignity

As Rwanda’s music industry grows, more young artists are rising to grace. Janviere Mushimiyimana is among young Rwandans with vocal talent, and eager to make her music career thrive. The 19-year-old Mushimiyimana, a.k.a Sister Jammy started singing as a member of Mennah choir in Shalom Grace Church in Musanze district, but she is now going solo. 
Janviere Mushimiyimana
Janviere Mushimiyimana

As Rwanda’s music industry grows, more young artists are rising to grace.

Janviere Mushimiyimana is among young Rwandans with vocal talent, and eager to make her music career thrive.

The 19-year-old Mushimiyimana, a.k.a Sister Jammy started singing as a member of Mennah choir in Shalom Grace Church in Musanze district, but she is now going solo.

In what she describes as a discovered talent, Mushimiyimana says she dreamt of singing when she was in S. 4 at Groupe Scolaire Kigombe in Musanze.

She has released a five- track album yet to be launched. And, one of the tracks on her album, ‘Barihe’, is based on insincere practices people do.

In this song, Mushimiyimana wonders why people have lost the human heart, acting like beasts. Some of her other song on the album, include; ‘Nzagusanga’, ‘Biravuna’, and ‘Bibarye’.

The singer calls up Rwandans to support upcoming artists and promote the local musicians.

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