2010 in Local Gospel Scene

THE review of 2010’s major entertainment events in the country, we now bring highlights on the gospel scene, which has of recent gained popularity with many stars picking up the genre. 2010 registered greater achievements compared to the previous years, with numerous concerts, launch of albums and awards.
L-R : The Sisters ; Patrick Nyamitari ; Anella Rusaro
L-R : The Sisters ; Patrick Nyamitari ; Anella Rusaro

THE review of 2010’s major entertainment events in the country, we now bring highlights on the gospel scene, which has of recent gained popularity with many stars picking up the genre.

2010 registered greater achievements compared to the previous years, with numerous concerts, launch of albums and awards.

Notably, ‘Jubile Revival Assembly’, ‘Hope Rwanda Festival’, ‘Women Foundation Celebration’, ‘Glory Celebration’, and ‘Afurika Haguruka,’ were the top of the cream.

The excellent albums launched included, Patrick Nyamitari’s ‘Niwe  Mesiya’, Tonzi ‘Wambereye Imana’, Aline Gahongayire ‘Nzahora mbyibuka’, Jean Paul Murara ‘Nzaririmba’, Gloria ‘Nzayihimbaza’, Anella Rusaro ‘Inshuti idasanzwe’, Dominic Nic ‘Ari kumwe natwe.’

Various groups also dropped remarkable albums, such as, Momentous Singers ‘Yahweh’, Korari Urumuri ‘Ko twagukurikiye uzaduhemba iki?’ and Blessed Sisters ‘Ubuzima bufite intego’

Awards

Although, 2010 was generally a successful year to our gospel artistes, some outshone others.

Tonzi’s hit song ‘Humura’ won the ‘Best Caller Tune’ in ‘Ijoro ry’Urukundo’ awards, The Sisters won ‘Groove Awards’ in Nairobi, Kenya, while Dominic Nic’s ‘Ari kumwe natwe’ album was voted the ‘Best Album of the Week’ by Moriah Entertainment Group.

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