Afrobeat crooner Dr. Claude has vowed to focus on making music that portrays the real lifestyle of people leaving in countryside as one way to show the world his culture and roots.
The contra sexy fame star disclosed the information to Rwandashow.com as his new project for 2013. He says that it is the village that shapes most of the artist’s lives although some neglect it and concentrate to urban life.
“My community shaped me as a musician before I relocated to town. But now it’s high time to engage my village directly in my music because no one wants to die without a legacy especially at his home base” says Dr. Claude.
He added that his music will be portraying the life faced by rural people trying to make the ends meet as well as promoting his culture.
The singer’s latest video “Telephone’ features local people sharing local beer and wearing dirty toned clothes for work, while discussing community developmental issues as one.
Few months back when the video hit the market, Dr. Claude urged his fellow musicians to always help expose the good side of where they come from rather than boasting in rental fancy cars.
Dr. Claude has been struggling through hardships to gain momentum on music scene after his mega promoter Ndengeye left the country to Belgium.