"We had no hope but God made it, so there is no need of undermining us", -Fireman

Posted By: Triphomus Muyagu - On:06/02/2014
After having released his new song" ITANGISHAKA" which he named for his recent album, Fireman and his fellow artistes from Tuff Gang, they have revealed out that their music is progressing.

There is difference between present and past, what we used to do in the past was related to our age of teenager and we were young sincerely speaking, but now we have grown, we do all we can while struggling for development of our career and our music helps us to get what we want, said Fireman.

“I thank everyone whoever helped me during my album launch, being in  financial support, journalists, artistes, fans and all Tuff Gangs I would have not succeeded if they were not there” he added.


Fireman in MUsaze district  last week in his album launch.

  Fireman's future plans and advice to Hip-hop fans in Rwanda and fans of Tuff Gang

"Firemanis going to work hard so that Hip-hop music progresses in Rwanda, he will not give up"said Fireman.

He advises his fans to be closed to them as Tuff Gangs and he is going to do what they wants and always look for him.

“We are very ready to work for our fans and those who like Hip-hop music, we had spent a lot of time without working, but now it’s time to give the best to our fans “said fireman.


  Fireman performing,Click down here and find his new song Itangishaka


       Triphomus Muyagu



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