Ditching WCB is my Saddest Moment of 2020 - Harmonize

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By Paul A.

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Tanzanian singer Harmonize has opened up on his life after leaving WCB and the fears he had when ditched the renowned label in 2020.

In a new documentary, Harmonize states that leaving the label was one of his saddest moments of 2020.

According to Harmonize, it was an emotional moment for him, considering he left behind his friends and family.

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After deciding to quit WCB, the singer notes that he was not sure if he would make it as an independent artist.

“Imagine you are leaving your friends your family, people that you have been walking with and you go out to start another family...I was not sure about my music career but it is something I cannot explain,” said Harmonize.

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However, the singer thanked his fans for helping him regain his status in the bongo music scene.

After quitting the label, Harmonize launched the Konde Worldwide entity where he has signed Skales, Ibraah, Country Boy, Cheed and Killy.

Harmonize was among the most busy bongo acts across last year dropping back to back music alongside videos.

He also had significant events like the launch of his album and getting a chance to work with President John Magufuli on his reelection campaign.

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In the documentary, he thanked Magufuli for endorsing him for a parliamentary seat in the next Tanzania general election.


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