Diamond Platnumz song to be on the movie 'Coming To America 2'
By Miakoben | self meida writer
Published 17 days ago - 29 views
How precious is it to get a chance to be featured in a global project? This means that the world has finally known your name.
Diamond Platnumz has finally gotten a chance to get featured in a movie. His song 'Hallelujah' featuring Morgan Heritage has gotten a chance to be in 'Coming To America' movie.
Coming To America 2 is a movie that is set to come out on March 5. It features top american artists for example Eddie Murphy, Shari Headley and also Rotimi. It's a Rom Com movie, a continuation of the first part that was released in 1988. The movie will feature african songs from african artists and Diamond Platnumz is among the chosen few.
The songs were released by Def Jam records under the album they call 'Rhythms of Zamunda'. This is an added advantage to Diamond as he will be on everyone's ears globally when the movie comes out on March 5. East Africa is now going to the world
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