• Baba Levo said Rayvanny complained that working under Wasafi there was a lot of delay for him to work with other artists.
• Rayvanny cried in front of his boss while advising him not to ruin their work relationship.
Tanzanian musician Baba Levo has revealed that Diamond lectured Rayvanny like a small baby before he quit the record label.
According to the singer, Rayvanny cried in front of his boss while advising him not to ruin their work relationship.
According to Baba Levo, Diamond told Rayvanny not to make it hard that they will no longer work together.
Baba Levo said Rayvanny complained that working under Wasafi there was a lot of delay for him to work with other artists.
"He wanted to have the freedom. Rayvanny paid a lot of money to ditch Wasafi because of the contract termination."
Speaking about the relationship between Harmonize and Diamond, Levo said they advised him to stop competing with his boss as he would never be him.
"He has stopped competing with his boss Diamond. I told him to stop that behavior. We also asked Kajala to work with Harmonize and make sure all the cars and other gifts he is buying are under her name," he said.
Levo praised Diamond for being a good businessperson.
"Diamond is doing music silently and Rayvanny will recover what he has spent while quitting Wasafi after two years," she said.
"He is a good musician but we cannot compare him to Diamond. Music is about talent, money and planning. If you have money but no talent, you will not succeed in the industry."
Speaking to Tanzanian online media, Babu Tale recently defended WCB's way of doing business saying their contracts with the artists aren't the reason why they want to ditch the label.
This, came after one P Fun, the CEO and producer of Bongo records called out Wasafi and the way they do their business which has affected their artists to an extent they want to go solo.
Before Rayvanny left WCB earlier this month, Harmonize and Rich Mavoko are other top artists who were once signed under the Diamond Platnumz led label.