Tanzania music seems to be growing at a high rate. Now the industry has expanded to the continent of Africa. There is a new trend that Tanzania artists are collaborating with Lingala artists from Central Africa.
It all started with Diamond Platnumz when he collaborated with Fally Ipupa in a very big song, Inama. It did so well that he went ahead to Collaborate with Innoss B, in a song called Yope. This is the biggest song Diamond Platnumz did with the most views on Youtube. If that's not enough, he collaborated with the King of Lingala, Koffi Olamide in a song called Waah!
Other artists have followed the trend, for example Nandy has done a song with Koffi Olamide. KondeGang CEO, Harmonize seems to be next in line. On his Instagram stories, Harmonize is seen hanging out with Awilo Longomba. He is a legend when it comes to Lingala Music. Harmonize showered praises on the Awilo.
On the stories, Awilo is seen on a recording booth. Harmonize and Awilo Longomba are doing a project together that is expected to be huge. The bongo fleva music is growing each day.
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