Diamond Platnumz, Maulid Kitenge and Harmonize

Award-winning singer Harmonize appears to have given up on his beef with his former boss Diamond Platnumz as he turns 30.

In a statement shared on his socials, Konde Boy noted that he is walking into the new age as a different person – with no need to fight or beef with anybody.

He went on to insinuate that over the years his bad blood with Platnumz has not elevated the Bongo Flava industry and it's time they try love and working together.

“Don’t expect to see me do the same things. I have decided to leave everything bad behind. I was not born to compete or fight with others. People’s love is what has made us the Number one record label on different streaming platforms,” he said.

“I don’t argue with people or envy them, I only allow God to lead the way. I have seen a section of people saying peace with Diamond will kill the game. But my thinking doesn’t agree with that because I have never seen hatred propel us to the level that Nigerians and South Africans have reached,”.

The star went ahead to appreciate everyone who has supported his music since he joined the Bongo Flava industry.

“My Last post before I turn 30 Years of my Life!!!! I just wanna thank everyone for supporting my music 🎶 journey 8 Years in the Game and still number,” he said.

Konde Boy confessed that turning 30 is a new milestone for him.

“At this particular time, my heart is full of joy and happiness. I see myself as a new person who is 30 years old,” he said.

The singer also shared a video flaunting millions online.

The Diamond Platnumz and Harmonize Meetup

Just the other day, President Samia Suluhu Hassan managed to bring Diamond and Harmonize together after 5 years of beefing.

“The two artists met during a special Iftar dinner organized by President Samia at the State House in Dar Es Salaam.

The two could be seen conversing as they shake hands, an act that has excited a section of their fans.

Harmonize fell out with Chibu Dangote during his exit from WCB Wasafi, where he alleged that he was treated unfairly.

A few weeks ago, Konde Boy had vowed to reach out to Diamond on the phone so that they could iron out their differences and focus on taking Tanzanian music to the next level.