The journey to uplift hip hop music in Rwanda begins – Jay Polly

m_The journey to uplift hip hop music

Right after declaring him as the winner of Primus Guma Guma Super star (PGGS4) at Amahoro stadium on Saturday evening, Jay Polly said that Guma Guma victory is just a beginning chapter to uplift local hip hop music genre and expand it in the region.

“I have won the competition but this is just the beginning of the journey to expand and develop hip hop music genre in Rwanda,” Jay Polly said after winning Primus Guma Guma super star season four on August 30.

m_Sports and culture minister Joseph Habineza awarding winner Jay Polly

Sports and culture minister Joseph Habineza awarding winner Jay Polly

Jay Polly added that, the victory is not for him alone but for tuff gangz fans that supported him throughout the competition.

The excited musician was handed a dummy cheque of Rwf24m by the minister of Sports and Culture, Joseph Habineza.

Guma Guma 3rd edition winner rapper Riderman told Rwandashow.com that Jay Polly was the winner straight from the beginning of the competition.

“When I first heard that Jay was nominated in the competition, definitely I knew he was a winner because he is good at what he does and I thank the public for appreciating local hip hop genre,”

m_2013 guma guma winner Riderman hands the award to Jay Polly

2013 guma guma winner Riderman hands the award to Jay Polly

In 2011, rapper Jay Polly lost the competition at the last moment to singer Tom Close. The Tuff Gangs former lead rapper is also one of the Rwanda’s best artistes with huge number of fans across the country.

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