Diamond Platinumz Reaches A Total Of 5 Million Subscribers On YouTube
By SanayaVelma | self meida writer
Published 11 days ago - 0 views
Diamond Platinumz is a Tanzanian Artist that is doing so well musically both locally and internationally. He owns a record label, WCB which he has signed a number of artists that are also doing so well in the music industry. Which includes Zuchu who is currently the best female in East Africa musically in a period of only 11 months.
Fans couldn't help but notice that Diamond Platinumz has achieved a milestone and is currently at 5million subscribers in his YouTube channel. A number of his songs have also managed to do well based on the number of views. One is the most recent that was so popular on our speakers was his collabo with Koffi Olomide, 'Waah' which has got a total of 56 Milion views. Which is a favorite to many. He is currently in Burkina Faso where he is set to do a show based on his social media posts.
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