She is beautiful, elegant and glamorous. Buteera Jane Ingabire alias Knowless is set for another massive performance in Kampala come August 17.
“We are bringing Knowless to Kampala again because we feel she has great and good music,” said Gift of the Gift Pro in a telephone conversation with the Red Pepper on-line team
“Who would not want to see Knowless dressed in a Bikini? We will have a boat cruise before the show and Knowless will be the headlining act of the day,” said Gift.
The last time Knowless performed in Uganda, she wowed the crowds at Club Rouge and the revelers were left yawning for more of her music.
“She is a performer and she has good music I really like it,” said one of Knowless’ fan
The Nzabampali singer will also grace the Swag Nite at Club Rouge on the same day
Who is Knowless?
Knowless, real name Jeanne Ingabire Butera is a female Rwandan musician, songwriter and entertainer. She was born on 1st October 1990 in Ruhango district (former Gitarama), Southern Province of Rwanda. Knowles is the only child to Jean-Marie Vianney Butera and Marie Claire Uyambaje. Both of her parents passed away.
She attended her primary education at ESCAF primary school in Kacyiru, Gasabo district. She began her secondary education at APARUDE secondary school in Ruhango district and completed it at APACE secondary school in Nyamirambo, Kigali City. During her secondary, she studied computer sciences and management. Knowless is pursuing a bachelors degree in Computer Science at the University of Kigali.
The 23 year old singer has come a long way from her early days as a teenager. She began her career as a member of Maranatha Choir. By then, she was still in secondary school. Knowless’ singing talent stems from her Mother who was a lead singer in a Seventh day Adventist Choir.
With her captivating beauty, unmatched talent and legion of fan followers, Knowless is an iconic name in Rwanda’s music industry. She ventured into Rwanda’s music industry in 2009 as a secular artist. The first song she released as a secular artist was Nyumva (Listen to me) featuring Young Junior. This marked the beginning of her fast rise to be one of the best female musicians in Rwanda.
Since then she has released several successful songs like Komeza (Keep on), Ko uhinduka (Why do you change), Byarakomeye (Very serious), Ibidashoboka (Impossible), Byemere (Accept), Adelphine, Baravuga (They talk) and Nkoraho (Touch Me) which is a new release. Many of these songs have videos.