Rwandan artiste Bruce Melodie, fresh off his exhilarating performance at the Giants of Africa Closing Ceremony, shared some insights with The New Times. Taking the stage alongside Africa's renowned figures like Davido, Tiwa Savage, and Tyla on Saturday, August 19, Bruce Melodie expressed his delight in the enthusiastic reception from the crowd. WATCH: VIDEO: You don’t have to be rich or poor to clean and build - Ujiri In a post-performance interview, Bruce Melodie also highlighted the unique opportunity he had to meet President Kagame. This significant encounter left a positive impact on the artiste, reflecting the intersection of music and leadership. Notably, Bruce Melodie hinted at a potential collaboration with Davido, a prospect that has ignited anticipation among his fans and music enthusiasts. The closing ceremony of the festival proved to be a massive success, drawing in an impressive crowd of over 10,000 attendees. Bruce Melodie took the opportunity to shed light on a growing need for larger performance spaces for Rwandan artists. The popularity of the event and the enthusiasm of the audience underlined the demand for expanded venues, as evidenced by the BK Arena's swiftly filling seats.