Riderman launches 3rd album

This Christmas season, Rwandan artistes offered a perfect gift to their fans by launching albums and delivering incredible concerts, featuring renowned stars such as Madtraxx (Kenya), Vampino and Jackie Chandiru (Uganda), Bracket (Nigeria) and Elephant Man (Jamaica).
Riderman is one of Rwanda’s favourite musicians. The New Times/ File
Riderman is one of Rwanda’s favourite musicians. The New Times/ File

This Christmas season, Rwandan artistes offered a perfect gift to their fans by launching albums and delivering incredible concerts, featuring renowned stars such as Madtraxx (Kenya), Vampino and Jackie Chandiru (Uganda), Bracket (Nigeria) and Elephant Man (Jamaica).

On Christmas Eve, Hip-Hop star, Riderman treated music fans to a fine concert, as he launched his third album.

The 14-track album dubbed “Igicaniro” was first launched at Sports View Hotel in Remera, on Friday and flopped, but it registered success on Saturday, at Petit Stade.

Local King James, Jack B, Urban Boys, Ciney, Paccy, Knowles, Danny Nanone, P-Fla, Neg G, The General and Uncle Austin performed at the concert.

Riderman’s concert was graced by Jaguar. 

Who is Jaguar?

Jaguar, Real name Charles Njagua Kanyi, is a Kenyan musician well known for his hottest “Kigeugeu” track.

Speaking to The New Times before his performance, Jaguar said that his song famous “Kigeugeu” track talks about how unreliable some people are, someone saying one thing then doing the opposite.  

Jaguar has been in the music industry for eight years, and he has various songs under his belt. The songs include: “Fanya Mambo”, “Furaha”, “Jina Langu”, “Nimetoka Mbali”, “Nimevuma”, “Tayari”, “Unaniwasha”, among others.

Apart from music, Jaguar runs an Auto garage, a fleet of cabs, a security guards company and other busssiness.

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