Rwandan star releases new tune

Uganda-based Rwandan recording artiste and disco jockey, Bossa Junior, popularly known  as Juju, has released a new party track ‘Kologa.’ Fresh from a tour of Europe with his celebrity sister, Grace Nakimera, the singer who is locally known as DJ Junior, earlier this month released ‘Kologa’, a song he describes as a hit that will go on to impress his fans across the borders.
Cameras on set as DJ Junior, shoots his single ‘Kologa’ on the streets of Kampala, Uganda. (Courtesy photo)
Cameras on set as DJ Junior, shoots his single ‘Kologa’ on the streets of Kampala, Uganda. (Courtesy photo)

Uganda-based Rwandan recording artiste and disco jockey, Bossa Junior, popularly known  as Juju, has released a new party track ‘Kologa.’

Fresh from a tour of Europe with his celebrity sister, Grace Nakimera, the singer who is locally known as DJ Junior, earlier this month released ‘Kologa’, a song he describes as a hit that will go on to impress his fans across the borders.

With vibrant lyrics varying from English, Kinyarwanda, Luganda to Kiswahili and flashy images, DJ Junior said he believes the song which is already a hit in Uganda, will soon attract massive fan base in the region.

The ‘Tora Kagame’ star, whose stint is remembered in the late 1990s as a regular deejay at Cadillac, in Rwanda, told The New Times that apart from launching his musical career, he has now ventured into producing music.
“After returning from a tour of Denmark and Holland, I decided to release Kologa, a single off my latest project “Mama Africa”,” DJ Junior said.

“It’s a song that calls on people to party and celebrate life. You never know what tomorrow brings,” the dreadlocked singer added.

‘Kologa’ was produced by Moze B and features hoarse voiced singer, Buchaman, who recently parted ways with Bobi Wine’s Firebase Crew.

The flashy video features sexy queen dancers who spiced up the video.

DJ Junior has 12 singles to his name, including ‘Tubale’, ‘Zandibuseko’, Sukuma’ featuring Nakimera, and his 2003 campaign song ‘Tora Kagame’ as well as its 2010 remix which received massive airtime during the 2010 Presidential elections.

The musical siblings have their roots both in Rwanda and Uganda.

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