Bruce Melodie upbeat over new contract

Local RnB singer Bruce Melody is optimistic that the contract he recently signed with Super Level Records will help him advance his music to the next level and cement his place in the Rwandan music industry.
Bruce Melody. Net photo.
Bruce Melody. Net photo.

Local RnB singer Bruce Melody is optimistic that the contract he recently signed with Super Level Records will help him advance his music to the next level and cement his place in the Rwandan music industry.

The  young musician, one of Rwanda’s most promising talents, signed a one year contract with the studio and according to him, the contract entails the studio footing his bills as well as costs in case he has to organise concerts even in and outside Rwanda.

“Recording my videos and audios will be taken care of, but what is most important is that even when I have to work with regional or international artistes, Super Level will organise and oversee that,” he said.

The budding singer believes that it will give him an opportunity to work with various musicians especially in the region.

He said that plans are underway to have the first collabo done and that currently they are focusing on identifying musicians from neighbouring Uganda who he will work with before other major clauses in the contract come in to force.      

Bruce Melodie is one of the few local musicians who have amassed popularity in a short time, thanks to his vocal abilities.

He is seen as new blood and a whiff of fresh air in an industry where most musicians are going for auto tune.

He started his career in 2010 and has worked with various musicians including Jay Polly, Uncle Austin in and Ama-G the Black among others.

However, two songs opened doors for the artiste. These are “tubivemo’ and “telephone”. In August last year, Bruce Melody released “Uzandabure”—a hit that was produced by producer Fazzo of Touch Records.

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