The Konde Worldwide Records founder and CEO has featured the famous Congolese soukous musician, Awilo Longomba and other Tanzanian artists in his new project
Sources from Tanzania say Kondeboy is targeting to break the record set by his former boss, the Wasafi Classic Baby (WCB) founder and CEO, Diamond Platnumz.
Diamond featured another Congolese musician, Koffi Olomide, and dropped a song that was dubbed 'Waah", which broke several records in Africa, including gaining more than 1 million views on YouTube in less than 10 hours.
"Waah" clicked 1 million views on YouTube in just 8 hours, beating the record that was set by Nigeria's Davido’s "Fem", which clicked 1 million in 9 hours.
Harmonize who is always competing with Diamond is allegedly targeting to break the record and set a new one.
Click here to watch his teaser of the new song.
However, the song's name is not yet revealed.
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