Visit Rwanda: Rwanda Rastafari community welcomes Mamakaffe

      Visit Rwanda: Rwanda Rastafari community welcomes Mamakaffe

An ivory coast reggae singer and performer Mamakaffe is in Rwanda for music business-related issues. 2T Reggae Man, president of the Rastafari community council reveals thefacts that Mamakaffe came to promote her music in Rwanda and visit the landlocked country.

An Ivory Coast reggae singer and performer Mamakaffe is in Rwanda for music business-related issues. 2T Reggae Man, president of the Rastafari community council reveals thefacts that Mamakaffe came to promote her music in Rwanda and visit the landlocked country.

2T Reggae Man (instagram photo)


“Every artist can promote his/her country through music and culture. Mamakaffe will have a collaboration song with me”. 2T Reggae Man said.Mamakaffe came to Rwanda after attending Summer Jam Reggae Fest in Germany. 
“I can’t wait to be in Rwanda. A country of a thousand hills, the cleanest country in Africa. I am waiting to receive true love from the Rwandan people”. Mamakaffe said.

Mamakaffe to visit Rwanda for music promotion  

Christened Emelie Legros was born on the ivory Coast. She opens up to the world confessing that the day she became aware of reggae music "it changed my life". So in 2007, she left Africa for Jamaica wanting to be close to the roots of the music.
There she lived for nine years while being guided by luminaries such as Bongo Herman and Dean Fraser and also where she met her former road manager Ricardo Berry and current manager Roger Grant.
In between, she traveled a triangular route between Africa, Europe, and Jamaica recording material and shooting videos. The result is released, Crazy World, Bed's Too Big. Natural Girl, AfreekaYaye, Fatambinira, Enemies of Justice, and Beauty of Jah Plan. So 2017 looks set to be a breakout year for Mamakaffe.

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