Christian: It’s my time to shine

Soft spoken, Christian Rwirangira is back after an incredible performance in the Tusker Project Fame, after last week’s eviction. He is fresh talent and promises the music industry a taste of his own compositions as soon as he settles. “If there is anything I’ve learnt in this competition, is that I can achieve my dream as a musician,” Christian said. “It’s now my turn to shine and I will give music my all.” 
Christian Rwirangira
Christian Rwirangira

Soft spoken, Christian Rwirangira is back after an incredible performance in the Tusker Project Fame, after last week’s eviction.

He is fresh talent and promises the music industry a taste of his own compositions as soon as he settles.

“If there is anything I’ve learnt in this competition, is that I can achieve my dream as a musician,” Christian said. “It’s now my turn to shine and I will give music my all.”

First on his agenda is an acquaintance with all music gurus, as he waits for his fellow contestant Alpha to return and they unleash a duet.

“We have talked about it already and we will produce a song together as soon as Alpha is back, from Kenya” Christian said.

The 23-year-old, Christian, whose first appearance on our screen was during his performance of Seal’s ‘Love is divine’, says that he loves all genres of music and he will try to encompass all in his productions.

Alpha, the only Rwandan contestants standing in the house has Christian’s vote to stardom.

“Am sure he will win, I appreciate Alpha a lot as he is the one who prepared me for my first ever performance in the show, he has taught me a lot during my stay there.” Christian said.

Christian, who has never been on stage before, said that the faculty taught him a lot, from voice development to stage performance.

“It’s been an awesome experience for me, this was an opportunity to learn about music; I have a decent voice but I needed training.

I have learnt a lot, now I wish to practice all that in producing my music,” Christian said.

The faculty for him felt like boarding school, he has never been to and was an opportunity for him to learn how to treat and get along with people.

Christian is the third born in a family of nine (four brothers and four sisters). He was born to a Rwandan father and Burundian mother.

Christian journey into the TPF show was predestined journey, his contract in an IT firm expired right before entering the show, and now with nothing else to do he says music is officially his sole occupation.

To Christian one of the TPF’s meanest judges Ian is a friend and a talent supporter rather than a discouraging jury figure.

“I think Ian is an actor he wasn’t as mean to us when we met him after the live shows, he encouraged us all the way. I see him as a friend,” he says.

Christian, who was known for his budding relationship with Tanzanian Iluminata, says that they were just friends.

“She was the only contestants who understood French, she would translate the house rules to me, and she helped me a lot. I like that girl she has a good heart,” Christian said.

While in the house Christian says that he knew that Rwandans were supporting him all the way and when on probation he was sure they would vote for him.

Christian, our newest celebrity is currently planning for his return to Nairobi for the grand finale show that will see to the crowning of the show’s winner crowned.

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