What a way to end the year by breaking records. And for Diamond Platnumz it had been blessings upon blessings through out his career.
Finally, the Wasafi CEO Diamond Platnumz has just broken Africa's record by becoming the first African to reach one million views on Youtube within eight hours. No one has ever attained that record.
Diamond Platnumz released his Official video music of the song 'Waah' which he featured the legend himself Koffi Olamide. He first released the audio of the song and it did very well by getting one million views within 24hrs.
This is not the first time Diamond Platnumz is creating such high levels as he became the first artist in the Africa to attain one billion views on YouTube. His name is now out there making huge success in his music career and also his business side.
Having gained one million views within eight hours proves that his fans have accepted him and truly love and support what he does. He also remains to be the king of music in Tanzania, East Africa and now he is now top in Africa.
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