Bongo Flava star Harmonize is looking for a new music distribution company and a publishing company after claiming that he has been mistreated in the music industry.
Disappointed, Harmonize hints at quitting music
Harmonize says he is being mistreated in the music industry
Harmonize has opened up that he has not earned a single cent from his songs for close to seven years despite topping the East African charts at some point for releasing hit songs.
Disappointed Harmonize has now stated that he might consider quitting music if that is what his oppressors want.
"I know you can't believe this, but I have never collected 1 USD from publishing all the music that I have been dropping for over seven years.
"Over 100 hit songs remember. I own the master but I don't know who is collecting the money. I need them back because I have a kid. I'm here for her future and I need good life," wrote Harmonize.
The Bongo star added that he has been insulted and despised yet his money is still being consumed.
Harmonize continued that he has been forced to spend a lot of money to get back his master but he has still never received a cent from his songs.
The former Wasafi artist poured out his heart that people who are doing this to him are evil and they even have the audacity of smiling before his face.
"These Ni*** can do bad and keep smiling on your face. I'm making an announcement you don't have money. I will quit music if that will make you happy," cried Harmonize.
Harmonize did not stop there as he continued to question the fate of those mistreating him when he stops singing.
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