Rwanda’s gospel singer Charles Kagame who is based in Australia has gone back to the studio to work on his maiden album after nasty car accident which he narrowly survived.
The Naragukunze hit maker disclosed the information while premiering his new song dubbed Amakuru, which will feature on the upcoming album.
“I am back to the studio after months down struggling with wounds sustained from car accident. I am already working on my album which will feature 10 songs including the recently produced ‘Amakuru’, “ the artist said.
Charles Kagame is under one management Moriah Entertainment with established local gospel musicians like Aline Gahongayire, Gaby Kamanzi, Richard Nick Ngendahayo, Kanuma Damascene and Fortran Bigirimana among others.
The singer revealed that he was planning to collaborate with several gospel artists but, COVID-19 put his projects on halt.
“Coronavirus messed up; I had planned to work with various musicians but it was not possible. However, I am working hard to make my maiden album amazing to gospel music fans,” he said.
Charles Kagame is a rising gospel star with strong vocal abilities who is ready to take Rwandan gospel music to the international music scene.
He boasts of songs like Tubagarure, Ntuzibagirwe and Naragukunze.