Harmonize Announces 'Ushamba' Tour After Postponing 'High School' Album Release
18 November 2020
By Paul A.
Konde Worldwide founder Harmonize has announced his upcoming 2020 ‘Ushamba’ tour.
The announcement comes after the singer shelved plans to release his second 2020 album citing congested schedule and need to provide space for new artists in the label to release their music.
Through his Instagram account, Harmonize pointed out that the tour will be limited to only five provinces.
The singer further invited fans to suggest which region should kick off the tour.
He noted the idea to launch the tour was inspired by the ‘Ushamba’ single release party.
“Kwasababu ilikua ni mzuka tofauti sanaa..!! Nafikiria hili vibe la kulipeleka mikoani ...!!!! Tena huko ndo tutauwana hebu waza tu ukoa kama 1. Mwanza 2. Mtwara 3. Tabora 4. Kigoma 5. Tanga uwaambie tunavaa kishamba hapo viwanjani itakuwaje ...??? Balaa lianzie mkoa gani ...???,” he posted.
Despite the song attracting controversy based on its contents, Harmonize has continued to vigorously promote it on his social media platforms.
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During the launch party, Harmonize announced that his year was done releasing new music this year, disappointing fans who were expecting a second album from him.
The singer was set to release a new album dubbed ‘High School’ after releasing the ‘Afro East’ album in March.