East African promoters and Bralirwa, the chief organizers of Primus Guma Guma have announced the competition’s judges for the second phase composed of live performance.
The three judges are; Aimable Twahirwa, Gospel singer Tonzi and former PGGSSS emcee Lion Manzi.
Primus Guma Guma super star season four contestants completed the first phase of playbacks and now all shows will be done live.
The live shows will kick off on Saturday 21st June and evictions will follow.
The artists will be judged depending on live performance skills, live, stage management and level of interaction while singing.
In 2013, rapper Riderman won PGGSS3 and walked away with Rwf24 million.
The competition aims at promoting local music industry as well as promoting Primus beer brand across the country.
The competition started in 2011 with the first season winner as Tom Close, followed by King James, then Riderman.