Award winning Tanzanian star Diamond Platinumz launched his much awaited album- A Boy From Tandale -at the Kenya National Theatre in Nairobi.
The event was Emceed by popular Radio host Maina Kageni was unveiled in style with artists signed to Wasafi Records in attendance to offer the East Africa’s most celebrated star support.
The party brought American star Omarion. He joined Diamond to perform their new hit together titled African Beauty which sees Diamond and Omarion both singing in English and Swahili. The video which was uploaded on YouTube less than a day ago, the video has garnered over 209,000.
The album has 18 tracks and is about Diamond’s humble beginnings in Tandale, a slum in Tanzania.
The album that will be availed on Safaricom’s Songa platform shortly features guest appearances by a number of hit makers including Tanzana’s Vanessa Mdee, American stars Rick Ross, Ne-Yo and Omarion; popular reggae band Morgan Heritage and Nigeria’s Tiwa Savage.
American singer Robyn Rihanna Fenty has become the first ever female artist to get more that two million streams on Apple Music.
For International Women’s Day the streaming site shared their top 20 most streamed women in music and Rihanna came out on top.
The 30-year-old songstress was closely followed by her pop rival Taylor Swift who took second place, Beyonce landed third and Ariana Grande came fourth.
When the Rude Boy singer found out, she shared a video of a little girl dancing, explaining that was her reaction on hearing the news.
In the caption she wrote: ‘When I found out that I was the first female artist to cross 2 billion worldwide streams on Apple Music! God is too lit!!!!’
Last year Rihanna was voted the second most streamed female artist on Spotify after she was beaten by New Rules singer Dua Lipa.
Rihanna is currently doing well with her Make up line Fenty by Rihanna and is rumoured to be starting her lingerie line soon.