If you are a Tusker Project Fame fan, Kato Change is not a new name to you. And if you’re a jazz lover, you definitely know this great performer.
Death is a cruel master, it snatches away those that we love from right under our nose and we can do nothing about it.
After overcoming the challenges of growing up all over the country in a fractured family unit and being booted out of TPF , Festus Kamau popularly known as Fess is back!
Known for her compelling smile and turban, Amileena Mwenesi has risen to become one of the most notable alumni of the Tusker Project fame academy.
Former Tusker Project Fame and Idol contestant and star of the musical Daughters of Africa, Christine Apondi, is walking again but with the aid of crutches six weeks after breaking her right leg. Christine has revealed that today is her last day with her foot cast.
This year’s finalists had the rare opportunity to have their debut singles recorded and even had videos shot by East Africa’s biggest and most popular music show, Tusker Project Fame. The six - Hope (the winner), Amos & Josh, Daisy, Hisia, Nyambura and Patrick – had the songs recorded at different record labels affiliated to TPF6.
After 8 weeks of sweat and tears, Hope Irakoze from Burundi emerged the winner of Tusker Project Fame 6. The 25 year old, performer and Jazz singer from Bujumbura beat off competition from Kenyan duo of Amos & Josh who were the first runners-up to take home Ksh5 million and make Burundi a proud TPF 6 title holders.
Kenya’s first family has certainly been a phenomenon and the most outstanding among the youth especially has been the first daughter, Ngina Kenyatta.
When you first look at Hope Irakoze, you expect him to hit the high notes in a Miguel kind of way.That is until he unleashes songs in Barry White's seductive deep tones and you are like WOW that guy is something!
With barely 3 days left to the culmination of Tusker Project Fame 6 (TPF 6), plans are on top gear to put up an awe-inspiring grand finale that will see one of the 5 remaining contestants crowned winner.