Junior’s journey took a tragic turn in March 2019 when he was involved in a severe accident that resulted in the amputation of one of his arms. This life-altering event brought immense challenges and hardships, as he battled pain and suffering, eventually leading to cancer in the affected arm.
A witness at Nyarugenge Hospital, where Junior Multisystem spent his final moments, revealed that despite the efforts made to save his life, the outcome was unfortunate.
In 2009, after completing secondary school, Junior Multisystem joined the music industry and quickly gained recognition for his exceptional skills. After one year, he joined F2K Studio, which was a hit at the time, and worked closely with Producer Lick Lick. This experience opened doors for him, and in 2011, he was recruited by Unlimitted Records.
Throughout his career, Junior Multisystem made significant contributions to Rwanda’s music scene, leaving his mark on several popular songs.
These include "Umwanzuro" by Urban Boys, “Niko nabaye” by DJ Zizou, “I’m Back” by Jay C and Bruce Melodie, "Ntujya unkinisha" by Bruce Melodie, "Too much," "Ndacyariho" by Jay Polly, "Byarakome," and “Ndaje” by The Ben. He cherished these songs as his all-time favorites, and they continue to resonate with music enthusiasts.
In the final chapter of his career, Junior Multisystem collaborated with Oda Paccy at Empire Records, where he had worked before the tragic accident. Despite resuming work after his amputation, the onset of cancer forced him to halt his creative endeavors due to the excruciating pain he endured.
His talent, dedication and impact on the music scene will be forever remembered and celebrated.