Guylain Igirubuntu, a Burundian gospel artiste and founder of the i’Pendo Sound Africa music band, has praised Rwandan worshippers especially their writing style.
The style of writing helps people remember songs, most of which become popular in church services.
“I love Rwanda and the way they worship, I miss them, may God strengthen them.”
Igirubuntu has been in the gospel music industry since 2010 and wrote his first song in 2013. In 10 years, he has released six songs.
In an interview with the Gospel Time Rwanda, the artiste said that the focus of his products was on what Jesus had done on the cross, His grace and love.
“When I was saved, I found that I had the gift to please the Lord. My gift is not to please myself, but to please my Almighty Father. I do tell people God’s Love and His mercy,” he said.
Igirubuntu is also the founder of music band called “i’Pendo Sound Africa”.
He is now pursuing his studies at International University of Equator in Bujumbura.
“We are trying to strengthen the performance of our band. We need to expand our activities in the region. In addition, I focus on collaborating with other artistes,”
Igirubuntu revealed his love for Rwandan worshippers including Elie Bahati, Gentil Misigaro, Aime Uwimana, Aline Gahongayire, Healing Worship team, True Promises and Gisubizo Ministries.
The artiste shared his inspiring words to his fellow gospel artistes “to get something you never had, you have to do something you never did.”
His songs include Mbega Ubuntu, Yarara Ntibuca, Uri Umwizigirwa, Nikiwa naye, Uguma Umbana Munini, and Ntaho Nzoguta ft Prince Mahindi.