Barakah The Prince, one of Tanzania’s most popular Bongo Flava artists, has announced that he will be returning to school to pursue a degree in telecommunications engineering.
The Prince, who received his diploma in telecommunications engineering from the University of Saint Joseph in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, in 2015, said that he decided to return to school to complete his degree and further his education outside of the music industry.
“I’m excited to be going back to school,” The Prince said in a statement. “I’ve always been passionate about engineering, and I’m looking forward to learning more about the field.”
The Prince’s decision to return to school is a testament to his commitment to education and his desire to be well-rounded. It is also a positive example for other young artists who may be considering pursuing a college degree.
“I want to show other artists that it’s possible to have a successful career in music and still get a good education,” The Prince said. “Education is important, no matter what you want to do in life.”
The Prince is currently promoting his new single, “Goodbye,” which has been a hit on the Tanzanian charts. He says that he plans to continue making music while he is in school.
“I’m going to try my best to balance my studies with my music career,” The Prince said. “I’m confident that I can do both.”
Barakah The Prince’s decision to return to school is a positive development for the Bongo Flava industry. It shows that artists are committed to their craft and that they are willing to work hard to achieve their goals.