Happy ending: Diamond Platinumz cheers Rayvanny on as he exits Wasafi

By , K24 Digital
On Tue, 12 Jul, 2022 19:50 | 2 mins read
Bongo artistes Diamond Platinumz with Rayvanny. PHOTO/Facebook
Bongo artistes Diamond Platinumz with Rayvanny. PHOTO/Facebook

Tanzanian singer Rayvanny has today officially parted way with Diamond Platinumz’s record label Wasafi after six years.

In an emotional tribute video uploaded on his social media, Rayvanny expressed his gratitude to his former boss and recounted some of his highlights in Wasafi.

Bongo artiste Rayvanny. 
Bongo artiste Rayvanny.

"It's been six years since we started working together, my team, my family WCB Wasafi, the love, unity has been a very strong pillar as a team.

"I have learnt a lot from the team and also, we have achieved much as a team. You have raised me and nurtured my talent," Rayvanny said.

Raynanny revealed that he left the label to create more opportunities for upcoming musicians.

"It is my time to leave home and start a new life. The aim is to grow and also it is to create an opportunity for other artistes. I leave and others get helped. I will be helping other young musicians wherever I am going. I was helped to get to this level," he disclosed.

Diamond while reacting to his exit cheered him on for his next project of being the new boss of his new label dabbed 'Next Level Music'(NML).

"NLM PRESIDENT! Let's Gooooooo!" Diamond wrote.

Bongo artistes Diamond Platinumz with Rayvanny.

Rayvanny vs Harmonize exit from Wasafi records

Rayvanny's untroubled exit contrasts with Harmonize and Diamond's unceremonious fallout, which saw the former incur a massive loss to terminate his 10-year contract in 2019 before recovering and starting his own label, Konde Gang.

Harmonize said he was being exploited by Wasafi leading to their fallout and ultimately, one of the biggest beef in bongo music as the two have since remained rivals to date.

“I was signed into a 10-year contract at WCB. Any money I earned within the contract, Diamond would take 60%, leaving me with 40%. I would have to add my own money to my share in order to push my music,” he revealed.

A photo collage of Tanzania's Diamond Platinumz and Harmonize. PHOTO/INSTAGRAM