A renowned Kenyan artist has concluded a three-day promotion tour in Rwanda.
The veteran artist in Kenya’s music industry Yusuf Noah, a.k.a Refigah, has been in the country to promote his music, and to look for talented artists he will collaborate with in his new album.
Refigah told (The New Times) that he was last in the country in 2002, and that at the time, the music industry was very small.
“I’m really impressed by the way Rwanda’s music industry developed swiftly. Eight–years ago, the industry wasn’t booming like it is today,” Refigah said.
Refigah owns a company called ‘First Class Entertainment’, which deals in Events/ Artists management, Audio and Visual production, DJ services and Equipment hire.
First Class Entertainment is based in Kenya, but it branches in Juba (southern Sudan), Uganda, and other new outlets will be opened soon in Tanzania and Rwanda.