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Diamond Platnumz fined U.S $3,900 Over “dirty” explicit song.

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The Tanzanian Regulatory board has banned the song, “Mwanza” by Naseeb Abdul Juma, popularly known as Diamond Platnumz from public consumption due to its explicit sexual content.

Diamond Platnumz and his friend Rayvanny together with his Record label Wasafi Classic was ordered to remove the song from all their digital platforms and to stop promoting the song on their personal pages. There were also fined U.S.$3,900.

The National Arts Council of Tanzania summoned Rayvanny who featured Diamond on the song – to explain the reason behind the composition of the lyrics, they argued that both Rayvanny and Diamond produced the song despite knowing that it was against Tanzanian laws which protect the morals of the country.

Speaking after a three hour meeting with Rayvanny, The chairman of the board, Godfrey Mngereza said; “This song isn’t good at all. We even asked Rayvanny in the meeting if he can sing the lyrics of the song before his parents and his answer was no. This is a clear indication that even in the singer’s eyes, the song goes against the morals.”

The singers have been advised to re-edit the song and remove the explicit words from it.

Naseeb Abdul Juma, popularly known by his stage name Diamond Platnumz, is a Tanzanian bongo flava recording artist and dancer from Tanzania. He has had several hit songs including “Number One” which he featured Nigerian artist Davido. Diamond won numerous awards at Channel O and the HiPipo Music Awards.

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STREAM FULL ALBUM: TROPICAL HOUSE CRUISES TO JAMAICA – REGGAE COMPILATION

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The most anticipated reggae compilation album project by the Contractor Music Group “Tropical House Cruises To Jamaica” is finally available for the public’s consumption.
The album headlined by Ghanaian reggae and dancehall music icon Shatta Wale was released on 5th June 2020.

 

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I Prefer The Tea To The Smoke – Dancehall Artist Klarah Kay

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Ghanaian sensational female artist Klarah Kay in an interview monitored by kobbygossips.com with the host of Raggae 360, Ras Ama on EBN Tv shared her view on the recent happenings in the music industry.

Klarah Kay who has been in the music industry for the past 11 years when asked her take on the recent beef among her fellow female artists mentioned that she feels it’s an effort to pave way for the female artists since the media isn’t paying much attention to them.

She applauded Eno for her hardwork, persistence in the music industry and adviced Freda Rhymes never not to disperect her seniors in the industry. Klarah Kay mentioned she is versatile, although she can rap but she feels very good when she does Raggae and Dancehall.

“The female artists are really putting alot of effort into their craft but are not getting the support, whenever I raise this allegation I get attacks but it’s the truth. I remember when I visited Nigeria, it was crazy how people who noticed me as a musician came around to help me share my CDs without taking a penny from me. Back here in Ghana it’s different, if you don’t have a relationship with them especially DJs you’ll have to pay for the service.”

The Raggae/Dancehall artist Klarah Kay mentioned that she doesn’t smoke marijuana as people think because of her energy when she’s seen performing but rather takes it as tea. She adviced her fellow artists who have not yet reached their target to never give up and strive forward, put in lot of hardwork and never stop praying.

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We sometimes have to embrace rain floods

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Flood occurs when there’s an overflow of a large amount of water beyond its normal limit. It may be a result of long periods of heavy rain, rivers or lakes overflow.

There are many benefits of flooding despite its immediate ill effects. Farmers and the people in the agricultural sector benefit from flood because it makes the soil more fertile and increases the agricultural production.

The nutrients carried by the flood from the land is also added to the rivers and the lakes which improves the health of fishes that can be consumed, there may be the relocation of fishes and other organisms living in the water bodies. New predators and preys too are introduced to the areas, balancing the aquatic population.

Whenever we talk about flood what comes in mind is its disadvantages it comes with and the region which is always a victim being the Greater Accra Region.

The Capital city Accra had over the years been hit by devastating floods, largely caused by unauthorised building of houses on waterways, the choking of major drains with silt and garbages.

Many had been evacuated from homes, streets, offices and shops. Where in some cases the floods had trapped humans resulting in death.

Measures have been consisered to take place to stop floods which includes pulling down structures erected on waterways, removing silt from major water courses, construction of big drains.

Although flood comes with many disadvantages it has its advantages.

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