Bahati addresses rumors of ditching his very own EMB records for Diamond´s WCB.
The gospel sensation frequently visits Wasafi with fans speculating his plans to get signed into the label.
During an interview with ´Milele breakfast´, he clarifies on his frequent visits at WCB and his close relationship with Diamond Platnumz.
Speaking to Alex Mwakideu, Bahati maintains that he is strictly a gospel artist.
Adding that he learns a lot to do with music and record label management from the top East African record label.
Further disclosing he has a business relationship with the Wasafi family; with the ideas he gains, pretty evident in the changes he has made in his music, over time.
Mimi kuenda Wasafi of course is for the business relationship and you know with no doubt, Wasafi is one of the most successful record labels in Africa
na kuwa rafiki na mtu kama Diamond you learn a lot and nikitoka hapa niende Tanzania, I just go chill and I listen.
Pengine ananiambia hii ndio mistake alimake, usifanye hivi, fanya hivi
ananiadvice kuhusu tomorrow, about the music industry, about running a record label and that’s why I made so many changes.
The father of 3 adds that he listens a lot to artists who preceeded him, and Diamond is among them.
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Bahati has been making frequent trips to the bongo land, having worked with Wasafi artistes including Rayvanny, Mbosso and Aslay.
Furthermore, he is among the few Kenyan artistes who graced the 707 Great Gatsby, in July.
December 11, 2019