Harmonize Laughs At Diamond's Poor Performance

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By  | May 03, 2021, 03:48 PM  | Harmonize  | Top of The

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Tanzanian singer, Harmonize has come out to express his happiness after his songs beat those of Diamond Platnumz's.

This follows after his songs and those of Konde Gang signees dominated the top ten chat in Tanzania.  Out of the ten, six of his songs that appeared on the list were Harmonize.

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Harmonize. Photo: Instagram

Following the success of the songs, Harmonize noted that he could not stop laughing over how great the songs have trended in the country.

"THIS ONE MADE ME LAUGH AND 2B MORE PROUD AT THE END I THANK GOD πŸ™πŸ™," Harmonize said.

Konde also thanked his fans for the support they have given him and those of his crew.

"THANKS, KONDEGANG F.C 🏁🏁🏁 🏁 4 THE LOVE AND SUPPORT I CAN'T THANK YOU GUYS ENOUGH... SEE YOUR PEOPLE NOW ...!!!! @anjella_tz & @ibraah_tz IN THE TANZANIA T0P (10) WEEE ON TOP NO 🧒 @kondegang," the singer said.


His celebration comes days after Diamond vowed to revenge on him with his new music project.

The 'Baikoko" hitmaker noted that he is currently working on a music project that will throw Harmonize's song to the woods.

"They don't know what we have for them in my Album," Diamond cautioned.

Diamond's planned comeback comes after Harmonize surpassed him in popularity following the success of his new song.

Just six days since it was released, Harmonize's new song has already garnered over six million and is still trending in various countries across the world.

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Diamond Platnumz. Photo: Instagram

The song's audio also holds the record as the first song to reach a hundred thousand views in East Africa within a time frame of three hours.

The song is also expected to reach several other countries around the world in the coming days now that it has been done in four different languages - Swahili, English, Lingala, and French - that allows for larger audience reach.

Diamond who is currently in South Africa working on his new album has felt threatened by Harmonize's popularity and he has promised to counter him with new hits.
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