The past four weeks have been the most enriching time for Ruusa Ndapewa Munalye, aka Blossom, as she toured France with her music.
Her voice filled with excitement, Blossom had this to say about here European voyage:“The aim is to finalise recordings for my soon coming and very first album, and simply to share my music. Paris was the highlight of my visit as there I was exposed to how much people really appreciate art, and so it is true that France is the heart of art. I have to visit soon again,” she said with a promising smile.
Back home, Blossom has worked with international French speaking musician and guitarist, Sam Batola. The two tracks from the collaboration, Je t’aime, and Freedom, are to be part of Blossom’s album. The songs are an inspiration of love, and a cry and hunger for freedom given the many wars and suffering around the world.
The young artists has made it a plan to celebrate the international World Music Day in Paris , France, where she carried her (odhelela) scarf and soul sounds and her presence was warmly felt. Blossom is currently completing her musical tour in Finland where she is to perform at a wedding before she returns home to Namibia mid July. Having already performed in Finland last year, she says, there is something very special about Finland and that she is humbly honored in this moment to be a young Namibian music ambassador.