Generic selectors
Exact matches only
Search in title
Search in content
Post Type Selectors

Rita Ange Kagaju

BIOGRAPHY

Rita Ange Kagaju is a prominent Rwandan Afro beats/Pop-female singer, composer, and one of the most recent promising musicians in the local music industry, a fantastic guitarist with a flawless voice. She was born in Kigali and the second born of eight siblings.

She has a passion for playing the guitar since she was a child. Her musical skill was discovered at the age of 12, but it progressed when she joined the Restoration Church choir in Rwamagana at the age of 13.

As talented as she is, the young singer wrote her first trial song, “A Song to Him,” in 2015, and it became one of the greatest hits that caught people’s attention. She came in second after competing in the “I Am the Future” talent show, where the record label manager heard her and was blown away by her skill.

Preciandre, Kagaju’s manager, signed her to The IDA Record Label in March 2019, and she officially began her musical career. The publication of her few popular songs “No Offense,” “Jamaa,” and “Ntibikongere Ukundi” catapulted her into the spotlight, as did an homage to the lost lives during the 1994 Genocide against Tsutsi in Rwanda, which she dubbed “Ntibikongere Ukundi.”

In June 2019, she performed a highly successful rendition of Rudeboy‘s “Reason With Me.”

Nour Project
Nour Project
Bridging the cultural divide between Arab and European peoples, the Nour Project is a volunteer opportunity in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) area that aims to improve cross-cultural understanding between Europe and MENA. Nour Project is an Egyptian...
FOKN Bois
FOKN Bois, alias M3nsa and Wanlov the Kubolor are the subversive satirists at the forefront of Ghana's booming Hiplife trend, playfully provocative and truly funny music genre-mashers. One of the most well-known bands in the world for their unique brand...
Toya Delazy
Toya Delazy
Toya Delazy, a pianist, producer, rapper, and singer-songwriter, has established herself as one of the most innovative artists in South Africa's booming music business. Toya Delazy, the BET Award nominee and East London based diva, is the creator of AfroRave,...
Ghali
Ghali
Ghali Amdouni alias Ghali, an Italian-Tunisian rapper and record producer, mixes together numerous musical styles in his catchy and hooky songs, developing a style that has consistently placed him at the top of the charts. He was born in Milan...
ONIPA
ONIPA
ONIPA, an Afro-futurist band led by serial mates Kweku Sackey (K.O.G) and Tom Excell, takes their name from the Akan word for Human and defines themselves as a family with music behind it. Onipa was formed in 2018 by Kwaku...
King Abid
King Abid
Heythem Tlili, otherwise known as King Abid, presents a genuine, celebratory, and uniting music inspired by his origins. He expresses his love for Jamaica and his admiration for his host nation. The Tunisian prodigy combines Afrobeat, reggae, electro, dancehall, and...
Nana Adjoa
Nana Adjoa
Gifted with subtle stylistic flair and a keen sense of musicianship, Nana Adjoa, is a dynamic explorer based in Amsterdam. Nana Adjoa's life has been shaped by fate and parental influence, as it has been for many other artists. In...
Alassane (Badboy)
Alassane (Badboy)
Alassane (Badboy) is a Senegalese Afro Urban and Afro Pop performer, songwriter, and guitarist. One of the few performers of his generation that wants to export Senegalese music and offer something fresh to it. Pan African Senegalese Artist; Young Innovator...
Cotonou City Crew (C.C.C)
Cotonou City Crew (C.C.C)
Cotonou City Crew, often known as C.C.C, is a hip-hop group from Benin that is more than just an independent label. Diamond Noir, Bsyd, Nasty Nesta, and DAC all share the same vision of African Hip-Hop: unrestrained Hip-Hop that is...
Jesse Markin
Jesse Markin
Originally making his name as a rapper for the group The Megaphone State, Jesse Markin is a renowned Liberian-born singer-songwriter from Finland. Jesse Markin's music incorporates elements of indie pop, folk, hip-hop, r&b, and electronic radio pop, expanding his melodic...

Her greatest desire, however, is for East African musicians to be able to mix traditional and local vibes with current style (like she depicted in her song “Jamaa”) in a way that appeals to all age groups while preserving originality.

FOLLOW RITA ANGE KAGAJU

FACEBOOK: Rita Ange Kagaju   TWITTER: @KagajuAnge  INSTAGRAM: @rita_ange_kagaju

Sharing is Caring: 

FOR BOOKINGS

EMAIL:                                         

LATEST TRACKS

Sharing is Caring: 

LATEST MUSIC VIDEOS

Sharing is Caring: 

LIVE STREAM