Tanzanian Singer Diamond Warned on Fighting 'Raunchy' Songs Ban
Popular singer Diamond Platnumz has said that the move to ban his songs will not affect him as he will still perform in other countries. His songs Waka and Hallelujah were part of the 15 banned songs which the government described as "dirty and raunchy".
Nation, 22 March 2018
Celebrated bongo flava Diamond Platnumz is not taking the Tanzanian Government's ban on his songs "Waka" and "Hallelujah" lying down. Read more »
Diamond Platinumz featuring Morgan Heritage.
Nairobi News, 20 March 2018
Tanzanian musician Diamond Platnumz has revealed how his warnings to his ex-wife Zari Hassan on his lifestyle as an entertainer often went unheeded. Read more »
Nairobi News, 17 March 2018
Top Tanzanian performer Diamond Platnumz calls Kenya his second home, and indeed it was on Wednesday night when he launched his latest album in Nairobi. Read more »
RFI, 1 March 2018
Authorities in Tanzania have banned several songs in order to protect certain "cultural norms", the country's information minister has told RFI. Read more »
Just days after being dumped by his partner Zari Hassan for his infidelity, two of his hit singles have now been banned in Tanzania. This comes as President John Magufuli bemoaned ... Read more »
The video shows a poorly lit room full of people with Diamond Platnumz standing with a lady wearing a body con red dress, enthusiastically dancing with him. Read more »