Prayers, dedication and hard work is always the key to success. However, some people especially celebrities believe so much more in clout than anything else.
Currently, Diamond Platinumz is the talk of town after allegedly violating copyright rules in his latest song #Kamata. Among those who accused him is a Kenyan artist who goes by the name Pozzee. He claimed Simba stole his song's #nikune beats while others especially his haters claimed some video scenes had been copied from Burna boy's song #Kilometres
Click on the link to listen to Pozzee's and his song
However, seems all this is just helping him market the song more because the more they compare the further it trends.
Below is some of his video scenes and Burna boy's
Diamond Platinumz is one of the most successful artists in East Africa. He is a Tanzanian musician, songwriter, philanthropist and entrepreneur.
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