Injonge

Biographie

Injonge is a Rwandan singer, songwriter, and poet known for her unique folk/acoustic style, characterized by both gentle and powerful melodies. Her candid and poetic lyrics, influenced by her passions for literature, philosophy, and psychology, resonate deeply with listeners. Injonge draws inspiration from artists like Terry Moïse, Ayo, Tracy Chapman, and traditional African music.

Her career has seen her perform in diverse locations such as Kigali, Dakar, and Brussels. Injonge made her poetic debut with "Recommencer," released in 2022. Her piece "lignes ennemies" was published in the French journal "Hélas!" in March 2023, and she is currently finalizing her first book.

Injonge's approach to both music and poetry is grounded in a strong desire to connect with others over shared experiences. She employs sound, voice, visual elements, and precise, minimalist stage performances to explore themes like individuation, alienation, and femininity. Her music is imbued with poetic elements, while her sincere and vivid writings are rhythmically and melodically rich. Injonge's goal is to engage in direct and authentic dialogues with her audience, using personal narratives to tell universal stories.
  • #blues
  • Acoustic
  • Afro-pop
  • Folk
  • Chanson Française
  • Brussels

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Biographie

Injonge is a Rwandan singer, songwriter, and poet known for her unique folk/acoustic style, characterized by both gentle and powerful melodies. Her candid and poetic lyrics, influenced by her passions for literature, philosophy, and psychology, resonate deeply with listeners. Injonge draws inspiration from artists like Terry Moïse, Ayo, Tracy Chapman, and traditional African music.

Her career has seen her perform in diverse locations such as Kigali, Dakar, and Brussels. Injonge made her poetic debut with "Recommencer," released in 2022. Her piece "lignes ennemies" was published in the French journal "Hélas!" in March 2023, and she is currently finalizing her first book.

Injonge's approach to both music and poetry is grounded in a strong desire to connect with others over shared experiences. She employs sound, voice, visual elements, and precise, minimalist stage performances to explore themes like individuation, alienation, and femininity. Her music is imbued with poetic elements, while her sincere and vivid writings are rhythmically and melodically rich. Injonge's goal is to engage in direct and authentic dialogues with her audience, using personal narratives to tell universal stories.
  • #blues
  • Acoustic
  • Afro-pop
  • Folk
  • Chanson Française
  • Brussels

Vidéos

Galerie de l'artiste

Contacts et médias

Retrouvez ici les plateformes sur lesquelles l'artiste est présent·e