• Just the other day, Nandy revealed that she almost got signed to Diamond's Wasafi Records.
• The manager advised Nandy’s signee Yammi to work hard and respect everyone if she wants to be successful.
Diamond Platnumz’s manager Babu Tale has weighed in after singer Nandy signed her first artiste under her record label – The African princess label.
In an update, Tale who is also a Member of Parliament lauded Nandy for the new milestone – launching her record label and signing her first artiste.
Tale also used the opportunity to officially welcomed Yammi to the music industry.
“Haya ndio mambo tunatamani kuyaona yanatokea kila Leo kwenye sanaa yetu.. KARIBU @yammitz Karibu kwenye biashara nzuri yenye kila aina ya Maneno.. kuanzia Sasa utapata marafiki wapya wengiiii...humo humo Kuna wabaya na wazuri kua makini.. heshimu aliekushikana mkono..".
The manager advised Nandy’s signee Yammi to work hard and respect everyone if she wants to be successful.
“Shangaa na ujiulize kwanini kawaacha wengine kaamua kwenda nawewe.. sio kwamba et unajua sana kuliko wengine.. hapana hiyo ni bahati ambayo wenzio wengi wangetamani iwafikie.. yess unakipaji ndio..Ila mwenzie ni NIDHAMU.. nikiwa Kama godfaza wahii sanaa.. nakufungulia huu mlango karibu... nanakutakia MAFANIKIO mema kwenye hii Safari yako. Hongera sana @officialnandy,” Tale wrote.
Next Level Music President Rayvanny also congratulated Nandy and her new artiste Yammi.
“Wasannii wakike ni chachu nzuri kwenye sanaa yetu proud of you Nandy . All the Best queen Yammi, Ngoma zote kali,” Rayvanny shared.
Nandy introduced her signee Yammi TZ in a star-studded event that was hosted by Wassafi FM’s Lil Ommy in Dar Es Salaam
Yammi was ushered into the music industry complete with an EP dubbed Three Hearts.
The EP has three songs namely: Namchukia, Hanipendi, and Tunapendezana
The introduction of Yammi into the music industry come days after Nandy launched her record Label.
“My @yammitz usiniangushe karibu kwenye ulimwengu wa muziki!!!….,” Nandy shared.
Nandy has joined the growing list of musicians who own record labels in East Africa. Among them Diamond Platnumz, Rayvanny, Alikiba, Sauti Sol, King Kaka, Khaligraph Jones, and Otile Brown, among others.