Diamond Platnumz rocks Harare tonight

HARARE - Tanzanian RnB star Diamond Platnumz is in town for a once-off concert pencilled for Harare International Conference (HICC) tonight, courtesy of 2 Kings Entertainment.

Diamond Platnumz real name Nasibu Abdul Jumma arrived on Wednesday night with a full band and held a press briefing yesterday.

The Diamond Platnumz show has stirred interest among the fans as evidenced by the number of tickets sold so far.

Platnumz has collaborated with Jah Prayzah on hit song Watora Mari.

Tonight, he will share the stage with local artistes that include Jah Prayzah, Stunner, Judgement Yard, Killer T, Ex Q and Trevor Dongo.

The lady featured on the video Watora Mari which has attracted over two million hits on social media platform YouTube is also coming to support the “boys” — Jah Prayzah and Diamond Platnumz.

Dee Nosh said the event is meant to thank their fans, mainly ladies, for standing with them since they ventured into showbiz.

“As 2 Kings Entertainment, we have lined up this concert to thank our female fans who have stood with us as an organisation. We have done our research and found out that Diamond Platnumz is mainly followed by ladies hence the decision to bring him here,” Dee Nosh said.

Diamond Platnumz who is popularly known as ladies’ man, apart from promising a good performance revealed his admiration for local ladies during the press conference held at a local hotel in the capital.

“Zimbabwe is a very beautiful country contrary to what we were told, one thing I can say is that the country has ladies that has beauty that I have never seen before,” said Diamond Platnumz.

Diamond Platnumz ’s video was released in 2014 and while Jerusarema video was only released late last year but the striking similarities between the two works of art has shocked the entire showbiz industry.

Comments (1)

thanx to u Diamond we"ll be at your show

Nelson Nhunge - 2 December 2016

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