Gaga: E. Africa Should Have Saved Me

“I didn’t think I would be the first Rwandan to be evicted from the TPF 4. This was totally unfair! East Africa should have saved me instead of Gaelle.” These are the words Gaga told The New Times, following the bombshell of her eviction, last Saturday. 
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“I didn’t think I would be the first Rwandan to be evicted from the TPF 4. This was totally unfair! East Africa should have saved me instead of Gaelle.”

These are the words Gaga told The New Times, following the bombshell of her eviction, last Saturday. 

Certainly, it’s virtually impossible to talk about Gaga, without acknowledging her musical genre she showcased during the ongoing East African reality TV music show. 
Although she was evicted, Gaga is geared up to develop her music career, with her powerful vocals.

Her personality, inviting warmth and genuine love for music has landed her in the national and regional media spotlight.
Gaga is set to craft a project that demonstrates the maturity and growth of a talented artist, and will soon become a multi-talented songwriter and performer. Watch this space!

The beauteous promised not to disappoint those who were touched by her talent during TPF4’s performances, while giving her a chance to remain at the forefront in the music industry.

With the support of her brother, Gaga Daniel, who starred in a famous local TV soap, ‘Ikigeragezo cy’Ubuzima’, Gaga is expected to record her first audio and album with one of East Africa’s top music producers.

“She was supposed to return last Sunday, but I decided she stays for a few more weeks and record her music,” Daniel said.

It is alleged that, the 21-year-old former Rwandan TPF 4 representative, is the only East African singer selected to perform alongside American gospel icon, Cece Winans, in a concert scheduled for November 17, in Nairobi.

Gaga has been connected to the Women of Passion, a Canadian NGO, and in February 2011, she will tour with the group to Canada and US.

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