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Bahati and Harmonize buried their differences, went to the studio to make collabo


Artist Bahati Kioko from Kenya has revealed that finally this is the year to achieve his dream by doing a powerful collabo with his colleague from Tanzania, Harmonize.

Through his Instagram page, Bahati uploaded a photo together with Harmonize while accompanying it with the words “2023, are you ready to receive me and my brother Harmonize?”

Harmonize also told Bahati on the post asking him to send him a preview of the song they are working on together via WhatsApp.

“Send it to my WhatsApp number only, brother. I accept you very much, no matter what. We are the youth of the street,” Harmonize wrote.

Of course, if Bahati succeeds in this collabo, then he will enter the list like his fellow artist Willy Paul who succeeded in doing a collabo with artists Harmonize and Rayvanny from Tanzania.

The two artists seemed to have a strong disagreement three years ago when Bahati started attacking Harmonize on Instagram asking him not to force a breakup with his former boss Diamond Platnumz.

In all those attacks, Harmonize seemed to not respond to him but went ahead and unfollowed Bahati secretly.

Last year, the two met in Uganda at a concert by artist Eddy Kenzo where through the artist Bruce Melody from Rwanda, they met and were seen greeting each other, a step that many said may have buried their differences.

Their fans have urged them to release the dude as soon as possible because they are eagerly waiting for it.

On his part, Harmonize, Bahati will be the third artist from Kenya to do a dance collaboration with him after Willy Paul’s Pipili and Otile Brown’s Woman.

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