New music hits waves this June

Female musical duo Charly na Nina (right). /Courtesy.

As the music scene in the country continues to move at a promising pace, artistes have put in more effort to see that more quality audios and videos is what they give to their fans within the country and the rest of the world.

In June so far, a number of Rwandan artistes have released remarkable club bangers, some with their videos at the same time, whereas others released the videos soon after the audios were released.

Among the artistes that have had either their audios or videos make rounds on local television and radio stations include; the only Rwandan female duo Charly na Nina, Mani Martin, who featured African Sunz—Norwegian based Afro-beat duo, with roots from Kenya, Amalon and Meddy, who dropped a video for his latest single, All Night, whose audio had been released on April 30, 2019.

Ngabo  Medard, aka Meddy took to twitter to announce the release of the video for his new song, in which he said All Night video is out! Retweet and share with your people’’. This has since sparked off numerous messages of love and support for the artiste, and the video has also received massive airplay in the country.

Mani Martin on the other hand, together with the afro-beat duo came together and made a love song called, Tonight released on June 14, that was in both in French and Kinyarwanda.

Mani Martin. /Courtesy.

The song was produced by David Tuyishimire of Future Records, and the members of African Sunz say that the song gives their African fans a different side of themselves.


U.S- based Rwandan R&B hitmaker Meddy. /Courtesy.

They also say that the song will be one that will resonate well with their African fans

Similarly, new kid on the block Amani Bizimana, known by his stage name Amalon, has continued to keep the fire burning, and his presence is being felt by many on the Rwandan music scene. Popularly known by his Byakubaho single,

Amalon. /Courtesy.

Amalon has also blessed his fans with yet another equally amazing song called Impanga together with its video. 

In an interview with The New Times, Amalon said that the song and its video were both released on June 7.  The video was directed by a Rwandan producer Iba-lab, and shot in different parts of the country.

Amalon added that he is planning on releasing another song next month (July), and shows across the country.

In most recent developments, Rwanda’s female music duo also released their latest song, Nibyo, a love song in both Kinyarwanda and English.


The single and its video were released early this week.

According to Nina, the audio was produced by Nessim and Swangz Avenue in Uganda.

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