The French, Patrice Sylivestre, best known on stage as Slaï and rose to fame thanks to his hit'' Flamme,'' was invited to once again enthrall Rwandans with his musical vibes. He jetted off to Kigali at roughly 3:00Am on 16th August 2019.
Speaking with INYARWANDA the Zouk star pledged to wow concertgoers at Cadillac Club based in midway of Kigali city, Kiyovu, where an ordinary seat costs Frw10 thousand, Vips Frw15 thousand while Frw250 thousand for round table of six people.He was welcomed by Cadillac Club Manager, Cobra, at Kigali Airport this morning
The 45 years-old music star previously performed in Kigali Jazz Junction show which took place on 22 February in this year. He ventured into music industry in 1999 and has so far released hit songs such as Flamme, La dernière danse (ne rentre pas chez toi ce soir), "Ce soir",Je t'emmène au loin, just to name a few.
Slaï was born in France on 10th February 1973. He is a French singer, songwriter and he grew in Guadeloupe islands. He released his first single called 'Flamme' in 1998, which made him popular in Caribbean territory.
In 1998, he also launched his French songs album. In 2000, he won two trophies from Tropical Music Awards including ‘Best Selling Song’ award thanks to his chant'' Flamme'' and ‘Revelation of the Year’ award.
His stay in music industry enabled him to launch his albums like 'Fresh' in 1998, Slai in 2002, Florilege in 2004, Caribes in 2008 and Scale in 2001. He worked with music recording studios such as Sonny Music, Play On and Warner Music France.
When he finished
his performance in Kigali, revelers who attended Kigali Jazz Junction show wanted
him to perform again and again but time was gone and he promised them he would
return to respond to their music plea.