Two most popular Tanzanian Bongo artists, Harmonize and Rayvanny have signed up into a war of words, exchanging ridiculously over particular songs produced to entertain, educate or inform about alcohol.
While taking to his social media account lately, 32-year old Rajab Abdul kahali famed as Harmonize, wrote to advice his fellow artists asking them to reduce the rate at which they compose such tracks.
According to the Konde boy, not everyone is subscribed to alcohol to automatically listen to such tracks.
The ‘Amelowa’ hitmaker further added that he is a witness of his own sentiments saying he is one among the majority that consumes alcohol without listening to such genre of music.
“Wasani punguzeni nyimbo za pombe!!! Msidhani hii nchi Kila mtu ni mlevi. Hata tunaokunywa juma 3 hatunywi tukizisikia nyimbo za pombe kama unatonesha kidonda.” He wrote.
29-year old Raymond Shaban Mwakyusa better known by his stage name Rayvanny, took the battle at personal level to trash and dust his fellow countryman’s piece of advice.
While slamming Harmonize, Rayvanny asked Harmonize to find his lips tightly closed as none of his songs on similar genre have gained high rank.
He wrote, “huna ngoma ya pombe iliowahi ku hit, Sasa utaongea Nini kuhusu mawe ya pombe?”
As reactions continue to come in on this saga, Rayvanny hinted about releasing a new video track dubbed ‘Nitongoze