Tanzanian superstar Harmonize is back with another club banger titled ‘Uno’.
This is the first single from Harmonize who recently left Diamond Platnumz’s Wasafi label to start his own management label, Konde Gang.
Contrary to thoughts that the singer’s Italian wife Sarah was rubbing off on him considering the fact that Uno is one in Italian. According to the 25-year-old Bongo singer, his new track is about the waist which is kiuno in Swahili.
Harmonize praises Tanzanian singer, Ray C’s ‘boneless’ waist as she is known to shake her waist in unbelievable ways like she does not have any bones restricting her. He goes on to say in Congo, they have Fally Ipupa who is also known for his fluid waist moves. Adding that the best waists movers come from Congo.
He shades Ugandan socialite Zari Hassan by saying she misses his former boss’ Diamond Platnumz’ bedroom prowess.
Harmonize sings in part, “Uno la Chibu linamkondesha Zari, uno la Ray C halinanga mifupa, ukienda DRC kuna Fally Ipupa.”
The audio is currently trending at number one on YouTube in Kenya has already garnered close to a million views since its release on the 24th of October 2019.
The ‘Kainama’ hitmaker recently revealed that he had to pay Tshs 500M (Kshs 22M) in order to leave his former label WCB and for him to get this money, he had to sell three of his houses.
Internationally acclaimed singer Selena Gomez has dropped her second new single of the week with the more upbeat, club-primed song, ‘Look At Her Now.’
This single released on (24.10.19) follows the self-love ballad, ‘Lose You to Love Me’ which as severally reported is allegedly inspired by her relationship with Justin Beiber. The song sounds like a part two to the single released a day ago.
After recovering from a bad relationship and learning to love herself, Gomez is ready to move on completely. “She knows she’ll find love/Only if she wants it,” she sings on the bridge after detailing how thankful she is that she escaped her bad past.
“It was her first real lover His too till he had another Oh god when she found out Trust levels went way down Of course she was sad But now she’s glad she dodged a bullet Took a few years to soak up the tears But look at her now Watch her go,” sings Selena.
“I felt having these two songs released back to back completed the story of how one can rise no matter what challenges life brings,” Gomez said in a statement according to Rolling Stone. “Turning off the noise and living your life on your terms.”
In the video, Gomez performs in flashing neon lights with a crew of backup dancers. At times, she handles the camera on her own, manoeuvring it with her as she moves around the room. Like the ‘Lose You to Love Me’ visual, this video was directed by Sophie Muller and shot on iPhone 11 Pro.
Gomez’s most recent album was 2015’s Revival. She has released several one-off singles and videos since.
More recently, she has attached her name to various Netflix projects as a producer, including the drama ’13 Reasons Why’ and docuseries Living Undocumented.