Authorities in Tanzania have come out in full force against the artist after an indefinite ban on Diamond and his Wasafi Records colleague Rayvanny from performing locally or internationally after they disregarded its ban on their song 'Mwanza' .
Defiant Diamond Platnumz Vows to Defy Ban
Nairobi News, 22 December 2018
Bongo artiste warned of dire consequences if he defies ban by Tanzanian music regulatory board. Read more »
What Next for Diamond and Co After Ban?
Citizen, 21 December 2018
The story of 'A Boy from Tandale' is one that has been told many times, his rise to stradom, is more of a fairy tale that could make an adaptation for a Hollywood movie. Read more »
Grammy Winners Morgan Heritage to Join Diamond Platnumz for 'Banned' Concert
Nairobi News, 20 December 2018
Morgan Heritage are expected to share the stage with Tanzanian crooner Diamond Platnumz with whom they collaborated in the song 'Hallelujah'. Read more »
State Agency to Sue Diamond Platnumz If He Performs in Kenya
Nairobi News, 19 December 2018
Tanzanian music regulatory board Basata has threatened to sue musician Diamond Platnumz with a criminal offense if he performs at his Wasafi Festival set for Nairobi on New Year… Read more »
The regulatory board has deemed the song, Mwanza, to be inappropriate for public consumption due to its explicit sexual content. Diamond Platnumz's Wasafi Records was ordered to ... Read more »
Fans can rest assured that Tanzanian Bongo star Diamond Platnumz is fine and well after a wooden stage collapsed shortly after he started singing and jumping up and down, during a ... Read more »
If you thought Diamond Platnumz was joking about getting married to his new girlfriend Tanasha Donna, then you are in for a shock. The singer has announced that he will be tying ... Read more »
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