The trio arrived at club at midnight in company of their manager and beauty queens for their performance at the Rwanda Night.
On entering the club, wild screams were heard from all corners. They were welcomed by cuties were in all corners – one attending the show would think entry admission had been based on beauty.
Urban Boyz, Toniks and Ray entertaining revellers
They went straight to the table which had been reserved for them and what followed were drinks of all sizes.
However, before they sipped, they hit the stage dressed in all black outfits – designer T-Shirts, Double-waist Trousers and sneakers.
They performed for almost two hours singing some of their hits like; Kubita, Ibitenge, Mama Bebe, Ishyamba, Barahurura, Bibaye and Kerere among others.
Revellers screaming as Urban Boyz do their thing
However, though less known and played in the country, the revelers seemed to know almost all of the songs. They continuously sang along all of the hits that the club turned into a mini-choir.
The performances coupled with powerful afro-dancehall beats and energetic dances got everybody on their toes dancing to the songs. This was hyped up by a Rwandan Dj who had come along with the group. His playing with the discs got the club wild.
Toniks, Ray and Urban Boyz drinking the night away
Ugandan RnB musician, Toniks and Ray Signature popularly known as Kasenyaku joined the trio and they together performed a song that they did together.
They joined the revelers in dancing on leaving the stage and the party went on until dawn.
The Urban Boyz joined by a reveller on stage
Though mostly attended by people of Rwandese origin, it was also attended by Ugandans among which included local celebrities like; the krackers, Big Trill, MC Kats, Margla among others.
The Rwanda night is held every after two months and it is indeed worth the long wait.
Rouge’s Dj Rodger and a Rwandan Dj Spinning the revelers through the night