See The Time Diamond Platnumz managed to Break the Wizkid Record .
By Nomanez | self meida writer
Published 23 days ago - 961 views
The singer who has in recent years had a string of collaborations has become the first African artist to reach 900 million views on Youtube.
In early morning March 23rd, 2020 the singer rocked the airwaves with his hit single" Jeje". The hit had reached a sum of 903 million viewers on the video viewing platfrom (Youtube). By attaining these large number of viewers, he managed to beat other stars such as Wizkid who has 792 million views, Nigerian sensation Burnaboy who has 429 million, whereas Davido has 543 million views.
Diamond who started his career just a few years ago with debut single Kamwambie, joined Youtube in June 2011. Where apart from his music, he posts diffferent aspects of his life.With over 3.2 million subcribers on his Youtube channel, the singer among other things he posts behind the scene clips of his videos, his shows both abroad and in Tanzania.
Recently the 'Jeje" hit maker has taken his career to another level by having more than 1.3 billion viewers and around 4.38 million subscribers in YouTube.
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