Harmonize following in footsteps of Diamond Platinumz with new media venture

By , K24 Digital
On Sun, 29 Aug, 2021 20:23 | 2 mins read
Bongo artist Harmonize. PHOTO/INSTAGRAM

Tanzania singer Harmonize whose real name is Rajabu Abdul Kahali could be following in the footsteps of his former boss Diamond-Platinumz with his new media venture.

Taking to social media, Harmonize in his insta-stories announced his radio and TV stations will be launched soon.

“Kondegang FM and Kondegang TV 100% tonight. God is good,” he wrote.

Harmonize put himself on the map after his signings with Wasafi records which were short-lived.

He made big hit songs but shortly after he left Wasafi the two artists became rivals and now Harmonize could be destined to being Wasafi media house’ biggest rival yet.

This comes shortly after Harmonize revealed he was ready to indulge in relationships and commit to his next partner after being single for a few months.

The Konde Gang CEO, who is ever open on relationship matters, took to his Insta Story to share this intimate details of his personal life revealing that although he is living a good life, he was not complete without a woman by his side.

The father of two who has not been quite lucky with relationships, says he is ready to settle down to a lover and probably end up in a marriage and siring of kids.

“I know my life is so beautiful, my house so expensive but I am missing a woman. I am going to love you all my life. Nimechoka being Single…!Sikuumbwa kuchezea wasichana…! And my next love story lazima itafika kwenye ndo na watoto,” Harmonize said.

The Uno hit-maker, recently parted ways with actress Kajala Masanja after he allegedly tried to seduce her daughter Paula Kajala.

Paula is the current girlfriend of WCB singer Rayvanny.

Before Kajala, Harmonize was married to Italian model Sarah Michelotti who they parted ways and their divorce is still being processed.

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