Rayvanny Says Goodbye To Diamond Platnumz' Wasafi Records


Bongo Star Rayvanny has announced his exit from Wasafi Classic Baby (WCB) after working together for six years.

The Tanzanian singer, real name, Raymond Shaban Mwakyusa, posted a video on Instagram showcasing his journey at WCB and the achievements he'd received under the record label.

In the two-minute and nineteen-second video, Rayvanny takes us back to when he started out and his close relationship with the WCB boss Diamond Platnumz. 

The Tetema hitmaker highlighted his achievements while at WCB, including being the Tanzanian artiste to receive a BET nomination and to perform on International platforms such as MTV and Dubai Expo.

Rayvanny also prides himself on becoming the first Tanzanian singer to hit the Billboard Charts following his Tetema remix hit with Maluma. He is also the first artiste from his country to reach 100 million streams on Boomplay. 

Rayvanny, who is leaving WCB to focus on his record label, Next Level Music (NLM), thanked his boss, Diamond, for providing him with a platform to showcase his talent to the world.

In the exit video, Rayvanny describes Diamond as someone he admires and respects, saying he will forever be grateful for helping him get this far.

 "NLM PRESIDENT! Let's Gooooooo!"   Diamond commented on Rayvanny's exit video, accompanied the comment with a crown emoji.

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