Harmonize addresses claims that Wasafi musicians rely on publicity stunts to remain relevant
He has addressed claims that Wasafi musicians love publicity stunts (kiki).
From fake breakups to fake beef the Wasafi Publicity machine has been in overdrive especially with the increasing number of new releases this year.
During an interview with the Nation, Harmonize finally dressed this wide-spread belief. “All we do is create good music for our fans to enjoy. The sideshows and ‘kikis’ that you see are created by other people; could be the fans, but not us. We’ve got no time for such, the content we put out there is enough to protect and build our brands and that’s why we are where we are today, as Wasafi.” Harmonize explained.
The ‘Kwangaru’ singer also claimed that the scandals preceding their hot new releases are just a mere coincidence. “It could be some sort of coincidence because every time we think of dropping a song, something negative pops up. And when it does, all we do is just bury our heads, act like we have no idea what is going on, and carry on with our schedule as planned. I insist we don’t have time for ‘kikis’, we’re too busy with life.” He insisted.
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