Name: Patricia Kihoro
Since her departure from Tusker Project Fame 3, Patricia has acted in various Kenyan music videos including her latest offering, Sauti Sol’s “Coming Home”.
She has also featured on songs with major artists, such as Harry Kimani’s “Stranger Girl” and has acted as “Pet” in the top M-Net drama, ‘Changes’. She is currently working on completing her debut album.
The vivacious and cheerful psychologist got to fourth place in Tusker Project Fame‘s season 3 and has promised to give her best during the inaugural edition of Tusker All Stars, she regrets not having more fun during her performances in Tusker Project Fame 3.
Name: Caroline Nabulime
Carol has worked on songs with different producers in her native Luganda language; her hits include, ‘Nkweesunga’, ‘Nsakubeera naawe’ and ‘Muleke Awete’. Her song in Swahili, ‘Nakupenda’ is also on air.
The former Tusker Project Fame contestant is best remembered for her dancing skills in the 3rd edition of the show and she is back on Tusker All Stars to prove herself against other Tusker Project Fame ‘greats’.
She promises her fans more of the same and declared that she would be freer on stage and has new songs ready for them to enjoy.
Name: Bernard Ng’ang’a
Ng’ang’a as he is popularly known is best remembered for his playful nature that culminated in him garnering second place in the 3rd season of Tusker Project Fame.
He is now an established recording artiste and has released a contemporary album, Zawadi, which is currently receiving a lot of air play locally. He recorded the album at Dede Records.
Ng’ang’a is also engaged and the proud father of a baby girl. He is grateful for the chance to take part in Tusker Project Fame as he was also able to use the platform to grow his musical talent.
Name: Alpha Rwirangira
Alpha has been on a roll and busy with music and performances since he won the 3rd edition of Tusker Project Fame.
The soft spoken but charismatic young man recently won the Pan African Music awards for Best Male Artist with his song ‘Come to me’ featuring Bebe Cool. He was also nominated for a Kilimanjaro Awards in the Best Male Artist category, for his song, ‘Songa Mbele’ featuring AY.
Alpha has toured the region giving live musical performances and most notably he had the chance to represent Rwanda in the 2010 FIFA World Cup in South Africa at the Fan Fests that were set up for fan entertainment.
The talented performer has also managed to catch his President’s eye and is feted by many Rwandans as a role model for the youth.
He has obtained the President’s scholarship to study Music and Business at Fulbright University in Ohio, in the United States.
For his fans he has promised that they should expect big things from his participation in Tusker All Stars. He cites his experience and says that without the added pressure of having the judges in the show will enable him to give even better performances on All Stars.