Starehe Hitmaker, Ferooz Trolls Diamond Platnumz
Photo: Diamond Platnumz and Ferooz
According to Ferooz, Diamond Platnumz is misleading other Bongo artists by Singing Amapiano songs with an aim of taking bongo fleva to international levels. Ferooz feels that the Bongo fleva music industry would be build by the artists holding hands and promoting the original taste of Bongo fleva music.
"Amapiano ni mziki ambao hauna uhalisia wa watanzania. Hivi tutarajie kukua kwa mziki wetu kama Tunaimba wa Watu?," said Ferooz.
His statement is indeed true considering the fact that nowadays most Bongo artists sing the Amapiano type of music. Harmonize and Diamond Platnumz lead the list by having more than 3 Amapiano songs.
As a suprise, Harmonize calls himself an Amapiano Teacher forgetting that He is a Bongo fleva music artist. As much as they are busy singing the Amapiano songs, None of their songs have been nominated in the Afrimma 2021 music awards.
Which means that the world is not ready to accept them as Amapiano Artists.
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