Nairobi News

GeneralHustleMust ReadNews

Diamond Platnumz’s signs new artiste, D Voice on WCB record label

Diamond Platnumz’s iconic record label, WCB Wasafi, has added a new gem to its roster with the introduction of the talented artist, D Voice.

The grand unveiling took place at the prestigious Superdome Masaki, where D Voice not only made his official debut but also launched his inaugural album, “Swahili Kid.”

In an exclusive interview with Wasafi media, D Voice shared the story of his first encounter with his now boss, Diamond Platnumz, affectionately referred to as “brother Lion.”

D Voice talked about the experience he had saying he froze to meet Diamond.

“The first time he called me, I prefer calling him brother Lion, Simba is scaring. You are afraid while interacting with Diamond. There was pressure. Meeting him is not a simple thing by itself. I had always wanted to meet him. It froze when I met Diamond,” he said.

D Voice added:

I cried so much to know that I was going to be signed by his record label. Many people wish to work with this great team, and so, getting this chance was a pleasure. Some people just admire even to work with artists signed by WCB, and so this is a gift,” expressed D Voice.

While announcing the good news, Diamond expressed his enthusiasm for showcasing the wealth of talent in his country, sharing the news with fans alongside other signees.

In his Instagram post, he emphasized his commitment to bringing icons into the music industry, stating:

“We just unveil icons, and so when you hear we are unveiling artists, just know we are bringing icons only. I don’t just sign artists.”

Before joining WCB Wasafi, D Voice had already left an indelible mark on the Singeli music scene with hit singles like “Kuachana Shingapi” and noteworthy contributions, including being the writer of Meja Kunta’s chart-topping track, “Madanga Ya Mke Wangu.”

D Voice’s recent signing solidifies his position as the sixth member of the current WCB Wasafi roster, joining the ranks of Tanzanian luminaries such as Diamond Platnumz, Zuchu, Mbosso, Lavalava, and Queen Darleen.

“Swahili Kid,” D Voice’s debut album, not only showcases his exceptional talent but also highlights the rich cultural essence and uniqueness of Bongo Flava’s music.

Also read: World Cup qualifiers: Kenyans shred unapologetic KBC’s failure in airing Harambee Stars match

EXCLUSIVE: Brown Mauzo hits out at fake friends