5 Top Music Projects to Expect in Bongo During 2020's Last Quarter
2 October 2020
[Photo Credit: The Star]
By Paul A.
The bongo music scene has witnessed one of the busiest years ever with musicians dropping new diverse projects.
With a catalog of already released projects, musicians are still looking forward to entertaining fans for the rest of the year.
Here are some projects to expect this last quarter of 2020:
Harmonize is expected to drop the ‘High School’ album later this year. The album is his second for the year and it will have ten songs. The album will be the second under the Konde Worldwide Record label.
Diamond - Wurld collabo
Diamond Platnumz has worked on two songs with the Nigeria’s singer and songwriter Wurld. According to Wurld, at least one of the collabos will drop this year. Wurld is currently keen on expanding his market brand across East Africa.
Harmonize has announced plans to disrupt the bongo music scene. In November, the singer will host the three day HarmoNight Carnival that will feature musicians from across Africa. The carnival is first of a kind in the region. It has been likened to three weekend American Coachella festival.
Back in August, Rayvanny revealed that he was working on an album that will drop later this year. The album will cap one of Rayvanny’s most successful years in the music industry. The album is expected to feature several international artists.
More Nigeria-Bongo collabos
Several Tanzanian musicians have announced plans to release a collaboration with their Nigerian counterparts. Some of the expected collabos include Wurld and Zuchu, Diamond and Joe Boy, Harmonize and Joeboy. Leading bongo musicians are keen on making inroads in the Nigeria music industry.