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Rwandan afrobeat singer Social Mula is here with a brand new masterpiece tagged ‘Karoti’.

He hogged the lime light in mid-2013 when celebrated music manager Alex Muyoboke signed him to his recording label called Urban Boys.

This saw him recoding and releasing songs such as ‘Abanyakigali’ and ‘Muvara’. The tracks earned him a mark in the music industry.

In 2014, he was nominated at the Salax awards. Shortly afterwards, he joined CD Records where he has been recording his singles. In 2015, he released a single called ‘Ndakwifuza’.

Indeed, it’s during the year 2016 that he released Kundunduro which would later become his breakthrough giving him not only instant fame but also several opportunities to do collabos with more popular artistes.

This brought him some “good money” too, he says.

In the same year Social Mula released hit after hit – at least three songs, the most number of songs to be released by the singer in a single calendar year.

To say that his hard work has since paid off would be an understatement.

“Previously, people have appreciated my songs but because I would release a song after a long time, perhaps some people would forget about me. But I now spend more time in the studio, and I do not just do Afrobeat style but adventure in R&B as well,” Mula says.

His two R&B popular hits “Kundunduro and “Amahitamo” were composed by singer Danny Vumbi, he says.

The Gicumbi-born lad says he probably draws his singing inspiration from his mother Illuminee Mukabandora. He is the last born of Claudien Munyaneza and Mukabandora.

Social Mula, nicknamed Dynamic upon his birth, suspended his university studies to pursue his singing career and both his parents “blessed my decision, which I think is responsible for my modest success thus far”.

“One of the major delays for my breakthrough was education. I tried to pursue education alongside singing but it didn’t seem to work for me. I had gone as far as second year (at the Adventist University of Central Africa) but decided to put books on hold and concentrate on my passion first”.

Social Mula - Karoti

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