They actually call it music but I rather feel it’s more of NOISE.
Almost in all the taxis, there is a very loud noise some one calls music and when u complain the driver seems not to get what you are trying to tell him as if speaking a language he doesn’t understand himself.
Sometimes you get a feeling you’re speaking on behalf of the other passengers but they seem to be enjoying the noise, or may they just don’t care
I wish there was a law that could guide taxi drivers on the highest level their radio volumes should be at.
Music is supposed to be some kind of a way a human being should let their mind relax but not to distort the meaning it is supposed to convey to the audience.
Loud music could mostly be applicable in the night clubs where everyone there has come to shake and feel wild at that particular moment but not in the public places where it is not called for.
The beauty of music must be appreciated but when it is over done, it becomes monotonous and it simply loses meaning because when it is loud it is then called noise thus not so pleasant.
A brief shower in the morning will give you a refreshed body and a mind to start the day and its challenges but lively music will be a lot more rewarding.
It is a fact that individuals vary to a significant degree in what music means to them and in what they get out of it, therefore one’s interest is not supposed to violate the other’s interest.
Some people would prefer to rush out into the noisiest places of the crowded streets, to console themselves with the sounds which they are not obliged to follow to purposely get rid of the endless attention.
Much as Rwandans, especially the taxi drivers, love music which ranges from hip-hop to jazz, it should be listened to with responsibility putting other people’s feelings into consideration to make the country a better place to stay.