Among the issues that made Bongo Music artist Rayvanny from (WCB) Wasafi’s Diamond Platnumz label, is the issue of revenue – sharing.
Harmonize, who is the second artist to leave the label, once claimed that WCB takes 60 percent and the artist 40 percent of revenue, something which Diamond denied through Wasafi FM’s The Switch.
Speaking to journalists at Billnass and Nandy’s wedding over the weekend, Tanzanian Music artist Father Levo that Rayvanny has grown up musically and that Diamond and Rayvanny are in good terms, adding that he asked Rayvanny not to exit the label.
Hoja ni nyingi, ameongea vitu vingi sana, kuhusiana na asilimia, kuhusiana na ukubwa ambapo Diamond aliniambia; Nilimwambia Rayvanny asitoke WCB, Baba Levo watu wengi huwa wanatamani waje karibu yangu wakiamini watakuwa wakubwa. Lakini wakikaa karibu yangu wakiwa wakubwa wanaona wakiendelea kukaa na mimi wataonekana wadogo,” alisema.
( he has talked about many things, in relation to the percentage, in relation to power, but Diamond told me; Father Levo, – I told Rayvanny not to leave WCB,many people always wish to come near me, believing that they will be big. But if they sit near me when they are big, they see that if they continue to stay with me, they will look small,” Father Levo
Diamond ameonyesha yupo na amani na hataki maneno na mtoto wake, alimwambia usitegeneze mazingira ya kuja kushindwa kufanya kazi na wewe huko mbeleni,” alisema Baba Levo.
(Diamond has shown that he is at peace and does not want words with his son, he told him not to create an environment where they can’t be able to work together in the future,” said Father Levo.
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