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Rapper Ruyonga revives music career, signs deal with JOSH SB 360

Rapper Edwin Ruyonga signs a new record contract with JOSH SB 360

Rap Sensation Edwin Ruyonga is back to reclaim his position in the Ugandan hip hop industry. Ruyonga who has been missing in action has come out after a comrade in the game, Big Trill is reaping big from his hit song ‘Party after Party’. Ruyonga who was busy serving the lord working with Prophet Elvis Mbonye in the Production department during the Zoe Ministries is now going to concentrate on music.

Ruyonga together with two other pop icons Mckenzie and STAR have signed a deal with Josh SB 360. For starters, Josh SB 360 is an entertainment Production Company and talent management firm owned by Music Producer and Audio Visual Artist Joshua Waiswa Timothy. Josh SB holds a 5-year working experience.

Speaking to Josh SB, he says that the Production house has been around for 3 years since 2016 and it started with a short music compilation project named GOD DNA featuring Ruyonga, Mo Roots and Sandra Suubi. “We have mostly handled documentaries and short films so far, and we are now taking on music management as a full-scale business” Josh SB said.

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