From Dallas to Stockholm: Rwanda’s pop star to entertain Africa’s reps to Sweden

Teta, and Rwanda's Ambassador to Sweden and other Nordic countries Ambassador Venatilla Sebudandi, last year

Teta (L)and Rwanda’s High Commissioner to Sweden Ambassador Venatia Sebudandi, last year

Rwandan singer Teta Diana,24 is one lucky woman after being chosen to perform at a gathering of African Heads of Mission in Sweden May 29.

The Kata hit maker tells this website she’s overwhelmed by the opportunities coming her way lately.

“I think I was born lucky, I cannot believe ‘I’m travelling across the globe yet I’m a relatively new entrant to the music industry,” seemingly overjoyed Teta said in a Phone Interview.

The young, beautiful and talented has performed in Sweden before but she didn’t see this encore coming, at least not this year. The diva toured Sweden last year, gave media interviews and yes he thrilled diplomats.

“Last year in Sweden media promoted my image and music and I got a chance to meet various high ranking people who liked my music talent especially Rwanda’s Ambassador to Sweden Amb. Venetia Sebudandi,” she said

Teta’s trip to Sweden comes straight on the heels of her performance in Dallas, USA, where she was among the artistes who graced Rwanda youth forum last weekend.

Teta is famous for staging live music shows, one feat that has propelled her to the forefront in the Rwanda’s and indeed East African music arena.

Her song Call me featuring Uganda’s Papito and celebrated audio producer Washington is a big tune in countries like Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania.

Teta started singing way back in 2010 as a backup singer for many local cultural troupes and artists. She first tasted lime light in 2013 when she featured in a hit song Fata Fata.

  • Garry

    Go girl. Thats awesome