On the grapevine

Is Miss JoJo for Butare? Rumour has it that Miss JoJo, also known for her hit, ‘Tukabyine,’ has currently churned out tracks that boast of African beats, and has received wide acclaim from the country and across the region.

Is Miss JoJo for Butare?

Rumour has it that Miss JoJo, also known for her hit, ‘Tukabyine,’ has currently churned out tracks that boast of African beats, and has received wide acclaim from the country and across the region.

First time Pam Awards winner and famed Rwandan hip hop singer Josiane Uwineza, a.k.a Miss JoJo is scheduled to perform at the National University of Rwanda (NUR), early next month, where she will be launching her debut album “Genesis” (Itangiriro). However, the album was first launched late December at Serena hotel and then the Petit Stade.

Miss JoJo’s album is composed of world class music stereos, like: Raga, dancehall, RnB and slow jam. It was recorded by different producers including JP from Contact FM, Pastor P from Narrow Road Production, and her DVD was standardised in Germany.

Twenty five-year-old singer/composer, Miss JoJo has all the trappings of producing hits as each track on the album is gripping. The album contains usual universal flavours of Afrobeat, highlife, reggae, dancehall, R&B, and of course hip hop.

Scouts have it that the singer is also trying to secure time to concentrate on her romantic move with her Producer, identified only as Saleh.

Meanwhile, we have heard that their obvious chemistry has finally spilled over into real life, with romance blossoming between the two celebrities.

Beenie Man to Rwanda…!

The latest on our Grapevine radar is that self-proclaimed King of the Dancehall, Beenie Man, will be in the country during his Africa Tour, slotted for March, 2009.

Following his massive Beenie Sizzle ‘08, which was set for the Jamalco Sports Club in Clarendon on Independence Day, August 6, Beenie will be embarking on spreading his love and passion for Africa. 

The tour will also cover other African countries, which will include: Tanzania, Kenya, Uganda, Gambia and Seychelles, among others.

Prison Break returns, and ends!

This goes to all passionate fanatics of the famous American serial drama Prison Break. Okay, there is nothing to do, but to take this with a tinge of sadness.

The tvcountdown is reporting that the fourth season of Prison Break will return with all new episodes to end the fourth season April 17, 2009.

One thing we have to know is that Prison Break will be casting its last season, so again take it with a grain of salt. Let’s wait to hear from Fox, but until then, it looks like we got 82 days left until the return.

According to those in the know, Prison Break Season 4 Episode17, will be the most contentious episode, Michael must choose once and for all between saving Sara’s life (his lover), or saving Linc’s (his brother).

Prison Break is an American serial drama television series created by Paul Scheuring, premiered on the Fox Broadcasting Company.

The series revolves around two brothers; one who has been sentenced to death for a crime he did not commit, and the other, a genius, who devises an elaborate plan to help him escape prison.

Don’t miss to watch Season 4 Episode17; otherwise you’ll live to wonder how on earth it ended!

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