Melodie to launch album on Women’s Day

Bruce Itahiwaco aka Melodie is set to launch his debut album-Ndumiwe on International Women’s Day on March 8, at Kigali Serena Hotel.
Bruce Melodie dedicates debut album to women.  File
Bruce Melodie dedicates debut album to women. File

Bruce Itahiwaco aka Melodie is set to launch his debut album-Ndumiwe on International Women’s Day on March 8, at Kigali Serena Hotel.

The 24-year-old singer who shot to fame in 2010 with his hit singles Tubivemo and Telephone says his album is a dedication to Rwandan women and to all women in the world.

“I chose to launch my album on International Women’s Day because most of my fans are women— so this is the perfect opportunity for me to express my gratitude and appreciation to them,” said Melodie. 

Melodie will be joined by local musicians Knowles, Mani Martin and Kamichi. The concert will also feature Uganda-based Rwandan singer Fille Mutoni and one of Uganda’s famous musicians Jamal Rafik Wasswa.

The 10-track production includes some of his popular songs Uzandabure, Telephone,  Ndumiwe, Tubivemu and Answi.

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