Even if you’ve never been a fan of Diana Teta’s music, her latest hit will pull your heart strings.
The Gakondo group member, who was recently in Sweden, has returned with a club banger titled, Tanga agatego. The song was recorded in Sweden by producer Ben Joe.
“The song has a great message dedicated to music fans. The song is based on social issues ---money and jobless men,” she said.
Teta said the video will be shot in Rwanda to give it an African context. During her trip to Europe, the singer held a concert in Belgium that featured several Rwandan musicians living in Europe.
The 21-year-old started recording music in 2009 after emerging among the top three in a local singing competition that was organised by a German group. She was thereafter given a recording opportunity and recorded two songs.
The Call Me singer also auditioned for the Tusker Project Fame in 2012 but she was eliminated in the first round, which inspired her to join the music industry.