Home » Entertainment » Celebrity » Harmonize Stressed Over Shs22 Million Debt
Harmonize unveils Konde Gang uno song

Harmonize Stressed Over Shs22 Million Debt

A few months ago, the Tanzanian artiste Rajab Abdul Kahali popularly known as Harmonize terminated his 15 year contract with Diamond’s Wasafi Classic Baby (WCB) due to several misunderstandings.

Check also: I Still Respect Diamond Despite Our Disagreements– Harmonize Declares

The decision to end his contract with the label is now resulting in to a total distress and lot’s of sleepless nights to the ‘Magufuli’ Hit maker. WCB ordered Konde Boy to pay a total of Kshs22 million ( Ush770,000,000 ) if he’s to officially quit the label.

The ‘Magufuli’ Hit maker revealed that he doesn’t have that whole amount of money, unless he first sells some of his property like two of his houses so that he can obtain his rights from Wasafi.

The singer is still struggling with cash despite having released his new hit song dubbed ‘Uno’ which is already trending across Africa.

He quit Diamond’s WCB to form his own record label dubbed ‘ Konde Music Worldwide’. Thereafter, he also launched a mobile restaurant which supplies free food to the needy people, a move that shocked many of his fans and the entire country.

Check also;

This is not a Paywall, but Newslex Point's journalism consumes a lot of time, hard-work and money. That's why we're kindly requesting our readers to support us in anyway they can, for as little as $1 or more, you can support us .

Please use the button below to contribute to Newslex Point, Inc. using a credit card or via PayPal.

Donate Button with Credit Cards




About lukwago J

Posted by LUKWAGO. J: He's a writer, editor, blogger, affiliate and a web developer, he loves thinking creatively and finding new ways to implement different programming ideas.

Check Also

Sizza Man, A Faded Musician Promises A Concert Next Year

Sizza Man Defends John Blaq After Being Criticized By Revellers

The faded dance hall musician Sizza Man who termed himself as Dictionary is not found ...