Ugandan female rapper Tracey Jocelyn famously known as Keko has landed herself a television job.
The rapper, whose music career first came to a standstill while she underwent rehabilitation, is disproving critics who anticipated that she wouldn’t be able to get back on the celeb scene.
Keko tweeted on her handle, “Well, to the fans, see you@ Kekotownlive # coming soon on Life TV #levelup.”
The rapper revealed that she has always wanted to be become a TV presenter and that the gig is her dream come true.
“I have always wanted a shot at television and 6 years later here we are,” she posted.
The latest is that the singer is set to become a TV presenter at the Nsambya based Life Television.
Her show, dubbed “Keko Live” will be airing every Friday at 8pm, with content expected to be around music and life experiences.
According to her announcement, the show is likely to air in series.
The rapper last year announced on her Twitter handle that her album “Love from Venus” will be her last works.
“Yes I am retiring from recording music; I hope my last compositions add to the legacy. Thank you for being supportive and buying the music,” she said.