BRUCE ITAHIWACU, better known as Bruce Melody, is endorsing two artistes, Juno Kizigenza and Kenny Sol, who recently left his label ‘Igitangaza Music’, saying that they are so talented that anybody with interest to invest in artistes should start with them. Like it has been with some artistes, in the music industry, when a musician leaves a music label, it’s not easy to stay afloat. However, Bruce Melody tells The New Times that Kizigenza and Sol will not fail. “Weakening will not happen. Not to them. Because even though they were signed under ‘Igitangaza Music’, they did a lot for themselves. I kept them by my side and showed them every detail of whatever I was doing and gave them the platform to put their ability into practice, and the results were amazing. So they know a lot and they can manage on their own now.” The ‘Katapila’ hit maker says that he wishes Kizigenza and Sol the very best in all their music endeavours, and he knows well that they are capable of so much more than they have already shown. He calls out to music lovers to keep on supporting them. The artiste adds, “Whoever is willing to invest in music, don’t ignore these talents for they won’t fail you as they know this business so well. Make the best use of them, you won’t regret that decision, on the contrary, you will regret it if you don’t.” When asked if he would work with them again, Bruce Melody says he would do so in a heartbeat as they really worked well together and have no misunderstandings between them. He adds that they are the ones who decided to part ways with the label based on their one-year contract, but he admits that it was the right time for it. What next? Currently, Bruce Melody is the only artiste with the label but they are looking into various business areas to invest in while managing the label. They are looking into social change as they believe that anyone can be spectacular—be it in music, health, education, media and et cetera.