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Diamond to revamp Wasafi records with Tsh. 40 million mixer

Tanzanian top artiste and Wasafi records boss Diamond Platnumz has revealed that his recording stable is set for a major revamp with the purchase of a mega mixer. The artiste announced that he has been working on importing the mixer that will see Wasafi records productions quality rise. Diamond revealed that he had already paid over 20, 000 dollars for the machine which he hopes will be a game changer in the East African music production scene. Already, artistes signed to his stable are making an impact in the region.

Kevin Hart Stands Up for Britney Spears on ‘False Fame’

Kevin Hart doesn’t believe in fame. The 37-year-old comedian spoke about the illusion of celebrity during a Sirius XM Town Hall in New York City promoting his new film Kevin Hart: What Now?

“It’s not like your life changes because of the level of success that you have,” Hart explained to the event’s host, SNL star Kenan Thompson. “At the end of the day people are people.’ Hart also wants fans to look at celebrities as regular human beings.

“If you come up to take a picture of me and I’m with my kids, I’m gonna politely tell you, ‘Hey man, I appreciate your support, but I’m on daddy time right now,'” Hart added. “As a person you should understand that.” The father of two, who recently earned a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, used Britney Spears’ life in the spotlight as an example to prove that “fame is false.” While Spears has bounced back from rough patches in her past, Hart noted the way that the pop princess was treated in the press during a tumultuous time in her career.

Rap queen Sosuun cries foul over malicious reporting of Youtube video

‘I have been quiet about this because the industry didn’t raise a weakling but I have to let it out coz its now too much, My video has been losing views and likes on YouTube and someone is going to an extend of reporting lots of my fans comments as spam, ’ Sosuun has posted on social media. The artiste claims her enemies are trying to bring her down and are thus killing the Kenyan music scene with their malicious deeds. ‘You are being malicious and trying to show the industry how not dope “KUFUNIKWA” jam is through views but listen, you can never stop a star from shinning, I will continue putting out dope music and videos and I’ll find a way to continue monitoring my own channel so I can see the dollars coming through by myself,’ she said.

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