Princess Priscilla leaves for the U.S

After the departure of Rwandan musicians, Meddy, The Ben, K8, Alpha, Kitoko, Lick Lick, among others, Princess Priscilla is the latest artiste to leave the country for the United States of America.
Princess Priscilla. The New Times / File.
Princess Priscilla. The New Times / File.

After the departure of Rwandan musicians, Meddy, The Ben, K8, Alpha, Kitoko, Lick Lick, among others, Princess Priscilla is the latest artiste to leave the country for the United States of America.

The R&B queen flew out yesterday for further studies.

“I just want to thank my family, friends, fans and my fellow artistes for all the support they’ve given me since I joined the music business. The love you’ve given me is what has made me what I am today. I love you all,” the emotional Priscilla told The New Times shortly before she left.

“My first priority will be my studies but God works in mysterious ways, I might get sometime to work on a few songs,” she added.

About Princess Priscilla

Princess Priscilla, born Priscilla Umuratwa, is a talented upcoming female artiste.

The 21-year-old rose to fame in 2009 after the release of her debut single titled, “Mbabarira.” And today, the pretty lass has recorded several songs, such as “Tuwukate”, “Gumana nange”, “Nkeneye urukundo”, and “Akarabo kanye”, enjoying a lot of airplay on the airwaves in the country.

Priscilla featured in Rafiki’s hit song “Tukabyine,” and “Bagupfusha ubusa.”

She says Nelson Mandela is her role model and that her inspiration to sing came from American recording artiste Brandy Norwood.

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