When you are a musician, this is probably an occupational hazard, ask Harmonize he knows it too well.
Tanzanian sweetheart Zuchu suffered a moment of embarrassment while climbing a pillar on stage, as captured in a video doing rounds online. Zuchu lost her footing and slipped falling down.
She narrowly missed a head injury, but she managed to compose herself and in an Instagram posted laughed off the moment telling people “there is no need to call an ambulance”.
Wasafi Tv wrote about it saying #Uthubutu : @officialzuchu alivyojaribu kupanda juu ya Nguzo ya Stage Katika ya Performance yake Jijini DODOMA na kujikuta akianguka, Lakini akarudia tena na kufanikisha kupanda kwa mara Pili kisha kuwashushui Burudani Nzito wakazi wa DODOMA 🙌🏼!!
Well, since then, they have been on and off until today when Fayvanny explained to a fan who asked if she was dumped by the Teamo hitmaker.
“Pole shoga mume mimi ndo haniachi dada mimi ndo mwanamke wake wa maisha 😹 kiufupi kwangu ndo kashafika 😹 na desturi ya watanga ni kwamba hatuja funzwa kuwaacha waume bali tumefunzwa kuwanyenyekea kwa nyama tamu ya ulimi 😹 so kuachwa mm bado sana 👌 chukua kiti ukae 😹😹
Wasafi signee Mbosso has narrated how he was humiliated in an incidence that left him in tears.
This was after a mistake he made on stage following technical issues with the sound system that messed his performance two years ago.
Mbosso was speaking in an interview with Wasafi TV where he recounted that moment “In 2018 I did a show at a film gig, It went well as I expected and I had invested in the performance, the band and everything but the sound messed up and I was seen as I sang badly.”
He went on to say that he was on the receiving end of fans’ wrath that he couldn’t sleep in peace.
“I was insulted. I slept at night crying like a baby.”
“People who are in music know that there are monitors that weren’t there and so I sang flat. If they are not there you won’t listen to what you are singing so when you sing, you think people aren’t hearing you while you are shouting. I apologized and asked them to understand. That was just a musical accident. Later, I proved to people that I could sing with a band. You need to learn from all these things that happen. Next time you learn to do better,” he said.
Mbosso is one of the best Tanzanian singers with hits like ‘Hodari’ among others.
Harmonize has for the first time discussed his departure from Wasafi Records. In a candid interview with Clouds FM yesterday, the star revealed that the contract he signed years ago while joining Wasafi stipulated that he had to pay the label TSh 500 million (Sh 24 million) so as to be allowed out of it.
He added that without completing the payment, Wasafi remained with the rights to all the songs he did under them. That wasn’t all, the star added that he cannot perform or use songs he did while at WCB for his own benefits until he clears the payment.
He also revealed that he had an amicable split with the Diamond-owned label saying;
Actually, I left peacefully. There was a problem that we could not solve, we tried different mode to find solutions in vain. I asked them to release me so that I can be independent and they agreed,” he revealed. The star added that he did not have the money then but had to sell some of his properties to raise part of it. He said he struggled and paid a bigger part and is almost clearing the payments something that will finally give him the freedom and right to use his songs(sponsored by WCB) again. ”They asked that we stick to what the contract initially stipulated. The contract stated I should pay them KSh 24 million in case I terminate the contract before maturity. I did not have the money so I sold some of my properties, I even sold some houses I was constructing to raise part of the cash. I paid and am still paying but will clear soon because the balance is not that huge.
Harmonize wrapped up by stating he struggled to pay up to avoid beefs with the other party as they made him the big star he is today. His revelation came just months after he ditched Diamond’s label citing irreconcilable differences.