Queen Ally goes into business
After losing last year’s PAM Awards to her competitor Miss JoJo, the two-time Pearl of Africa Music (Pam) Awards winner (Best Female Artiste Rwanda) Queen Ally, is rumoured to have decided to put her career aside and probably try something else.
The 24-year-old singer, who hit Rwanda’s music charts in 2006, seems to be in deep stress after losing all the Awards to Miss JoJo.
However, a close source says that the star doesn’t need to be stressed, because she has already established her status as the country’s richest young singer.
With her Mercedes Benz and mansion, Queen Ally, as her famous name suggests, is a queen indeed.
Scouts have revealed that she had just returned from Dubai, and recently travelled to Nairobi for her business dealings.
Meanwhile, we hear that the charming and down-to-earth star recently opened a posh fashion boutique in Kigali’s city centre. Good luck!
MC Mahonibondi in Holland
The latest on our grapevine is that of our own microphone-burning star, is trying to maneuver life in the European world.
Scouts have it that the star has revived interest in his career, whilst trying to acquire an education there.
Meanwhile, scouts claim that the star was first spotted in the US, but news reaching us that he is now Holland. God knows where he is heading to. Watch this space for the star’s destination!
Mr Skizzy on a deal with VOA
Finally, some good news for Gaston Rurangwa, otherwise known as Mr. Skizzy, recently, the young star was celebrated on Contact Fm, as one of its hottest presenters, and we hear that he has climbed to the heights.
After winning popularity on Rwanda’s most listened to radio station, Mr. Skizzy has signed a deal with the Voice Of America (VOA), and he has been heard hosting some humorous shows.
We hear that Mr. Skizzy is also a band member of Kigali Boyz Group (KGB), the band that started way back in 2004, has released one album and seven singles.
It has also won three music Awards from the Pearl of African Music Awards as the “Best Group band from Rwanda.”