Last week, Harmonize broke the internet following his bitter revelation about former boss Diamond Platnumz.
Harmonize talked about a lot of stuff that he’s been keeping close to his chest for over 3 years, he also touched on the circumstances that saw him buy his contract from Wasafi Classic Baby (WCB) which was a ten-year-long contract.
The 31-year-old disclosed that his contract with WCB was a 60-40 split with the record label having Lion’s share. He also disclosed that he was blocked from supporting Burna Boy on his show in Rwanda, how he was charged TSh. 10 million by the record label for going to support the Tanzanian national team.
The Inabana star opened up saying that he tried all he could to allow peace to reign between himself and Diamond but all the efforts were derailed, one of the reasons he quit Wasafi Records. He noted Diamond started treating him like a step son when his music career started sky-rocketing.
To buy himself out of the WCB contract, Harmonize says he was asked to pay TSh 500 million (about UGX 778,120,900) so that he could set free from the record label. He fussed that after effecting payment, Diamond played ping pong and ordered him to cough TSh 100 million (UGX 155,624,100).
He noted that WCB international WCB supreme Manager Sallam SK played a huge role in him getting kicked out of the label because he never liked him from on set.
Harmonize, however, claimed that he still has the Diamond’s face tattoo on his skin because he is grateful for what the ‘Jeje’ singer did for his life despite the bad blood.
Harmonize disclosed that he still keeps in touch with Zari Hassan, Tanasha Donna even Hamisa Mobetto and he usually turns down their requests of wanting to work with them because he doesn’t want people to think that he’s trying to be distrustful/disrespectful to Diamond Platnumz by hanging out and/or working with them to spite his former boss.
He explained that he turned down Zari Hassan’s intentions of taking a photo with him at the airport in South Africa where he had gone to shoot the official music video for his ‘Bedroom’ hit song where as fate would have it, they booked the same plane, Kenya Airways.
He explained to Zari the implications of taking a photo with her and sharing the same on social media even though both of them meant well.
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