Harmonize concedes defeat with Nigerian artistes

The singer shared his thoughts of the Tanzanian music industry on his Instagram stories

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Tanzanian singer Harmonize seems to have conceded defeat when it comes to Tanzanian music being compared to Nigerian music.

The singer said that at the moment, Nigerians are ahead and may take the next generation to go beyond and above Nigerians.

"Count me out of some Tanzanian artistes that think we can be against Nigerians, maybe in the next generation."

He went on to give a shout out to Wizkid, Davido, Burna Boy and Ruger.

Meanwhile, the singer himself has been having trouble in his record label as three of his artistes had left the label complaining of illegal termination of their contracts.

After their exit, Harmonize said he was going to shoot a music video for free for the artistes.

"My brothers, You have all the reasons to be the biggest stars in this country. I trust in you. I know you won't let me down. The management has catered for two videos...Let this be a good start for you. Love brothers, thanks for the beautiful moments..." he announced

Through his record label, the singer had said that their split was amicable.

"For that reason, these artists will be free to work and make a contract with any company or individual. We believe they are talented young men who have the potential of making it in the music industry," read the statement

Adding; However, Konde Music will not be responsible for anything involving the said artiste from the said date (10/10/2022)"

The label then thanked the artists for working with them; "We'd like to thank Killy and Cheed for their cooperation in the period we've been together and we wish them all the best in their future endeveours."

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