Harmonize Apologizes to Fans as ‘Afro East’ Album is Restored on Streaming Platforms
27 March 2020
By Paul A.
Tanzanian singer Harmonize has apologized to his fans after the ‘Afro East’ album was pulled down from major streaming platforms.
On Thursday, the album was removed from platforms like YouTube, Spotify, Apple Music, Tidal, Deezer among others.
Through his Instagram account, the Konde Worldwide founder regretted the inconvenience stating that the album was now available again for streaming.
He, however, did not explain the circumstances surrounding the deletion.
“Hellow My People Sory Kwa Usumbufu Ulio Jitokeza Jana...!!!! @afroeast2020 Kuto Kuwepo Katika digital platform Zote..!!!! Napozungumza Na Wewe @afroeast2020 Imesha Rudi on @applemusic x @spotify x @tidal @audiomack @boomplaymusic Na Ifikapo Saa 1:00 Basi Itakuwa Live On YouTube Pia Bless Up For Your Support #KONDEGANG4EVERYBODY we Are Taking This To the World,” said Harmonize.
Earlier on, his management stated that talks were still ongoing with streaming platforms to have the album restored before giving a public statement on what happened.
The deletion was a major setback for the artist since the album had enjoyed much success in its first week of being released.
At some point, it became the most streamed album globally on Deezer.
Some of the tops songs in the album include; Uno, Mama among others.