Diamond Gives Zuchu Ksh.500 Million

Singer swears lifetime allegiance

By  | Apr 10, 2021, 05:53 AM  | Diamond Platnumz  | Top of The

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Tanzanian singer  Zuhura Othman Soud alias Zuchu and other Wasafi record signees have all the reasons to smile.

This comes after their boss Diamond Platnumz signed a multi-million deal with Africa's music streaming App, Mziiki.

On Friday, Diamond Platnumz took to his social media pages to announce the deal to his followers.

"Today I signed a 5 Million Dollars Distribution deal with @Mziiki for my @WcbWasafi_ Record Label... May God continue blessing out Bongo Fleva industry!" Diamond said in his Twitter account.

Diamond signs USD.5 million for his Wasafi record label. Photo: Instagram


Diamond also asked God to bless the African music industry following the deal.

Following the big news, other Wasafi record signees and employees flocked Diamond's timeline to congratulate their boss as well as swear their allegiance to the record label.

Singer Zuchu, a Wasafi signee, noted that she will remain on the record label for life.

"WCB 4 LIFE," Zuchu said.

Same as Zuchu, Diamond's half-sister and singer Queen Darling also congratulated her boss by swearing her allegiance.

While Babu Tale, Diamond's manager, asked him to actualize a promise he had given before. Tale did not, however, mention what promise the singer gave.

"Uje Moro utimize ahadi yako kijana," Tale said.


The new deal with Mziiki comes a week after the singer was awarded a multi-billion endorsement by Itel Africa - a phone manufacturing company.

Announcing his deal with the Chinese-based company, the Wasafi boss noted that he was proud to be the brand ambassador of the Itel products.

"Super proud to announce: I've teamed up with #itel as a brand ambassador! Enjoy Better life with itel and me!!...Nina furaha kuwajuza kuwa, sasa ni Balozi wa Bidhaa za #itel," Diamond said.

The deal with Mziiki will see music produced by Wasafi be streamed in the App hence taking Bongo Fleva music to a wider reach across Africa.
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