Mbosso explains why he couldn’t work with Sauti Sol in his new song ‘Shilingi’ 

Tanzanian singer Mbosso has come out to reveal why he didn’t feature Sauti Sol in his new jam “Shilling” which was recently released.

Speaking in an interview, the singer revealed why he went for Nigerian artiste Reekado Banks instead of the Kenyan band.

“Before the collabo, I spoke to four artistes. I remember I even texted Rudeboy but Reekadoh told me how he loved my music,” he said.

“I sent him the song that I was supposed to do with Sauti Sol. They were busy, so when I went to Kenya to shoot the video, I told them that Reekado  had already done his verse.”


Mbosso added that though that opportunity passed, he’s still pushing for another collabo with them.

“Sauti Sol understood and we have another project with them, so expect something big,” he said.

“It is my first collabo to feature someone since I started working with WCB. Most of the time, I have been featured instead.”

Tanzanian singer Mbosso forced to explain why he did not perform in Malindi 

Kenyans during the long Easter weekend were pissed off by Tanzanian singer Mbosso after he failed to show up in a highly anticipated concert in Malindi.

Mbosso was to perform over the Easter weekend but cancelled his scheduled show at the Malindi festival leaving many complaining and demanding a refund.

On social media, the singer shared that he had to skip performing because of a disagreement with the organisers.

“Early this morning I posted a video of me traveling from Dar Es Salaam heading to Malindi. I was so excited to come and entertain my fans from Malindi but things did not go as planned.. the event planners did not fulfill their end of the bargain in terms of payments. They went against what they had agreed with my management and so they did not allow me to perform,” he said on social media.


The WCB artiste becomes the second to fail to perform after Harominze alleged that he wasn’t paid the full agreed amount in Eldoret. He apologized for not taking stage and asked the organisers to be professional.

“To my fans, I am very sorry especially to those that came from so far to enjoy a good night with me. I feel bad but I had no otherwise. the truth is the planners did not want nor show any form of interest in paying the balance as per the agreement with my management team. To the organizers, always try and pay artistes, as you’re affecting our relationship with our fans,” he said. 

Revealed: Mbosso wanted Ksh 1.5 million for Malindi performance but was giving only Ksh 1.3 million therefore didn’t perform 

Wasafi superstar Mbosso didn’t perform at Malindi Festival because of  a Ksh 200,000 disagreement with the organisers.

According to reports Mbosso’s contract stated that he was to be paid Ksh 1.3 million first and then the final 200K before taking stage. The organisers however, paid only Ksh 1.3 and promised to send the rest later. He refused to perform.


The event organisers said they did not have the money, but promised to top up the balance once the festival was over, a pledge Mbosso refused to entertain.

“Najiskia Vibaya Sana kutojumuika nanyi wakazi wa Malindi leo, najua Mmetoka Mbali kwa Ajili yangu, Ila Kukipambazuka nitaelezea Kila Kitu Juu ya Waandaji wa Show hii Siwezi kukaa Kimya.” he posted. 

He later added a full explanation on why fans shouldn’t be angry over his decision not to perform.


Exposed: Mbosso ´Ksh 4 Million mansion´ is nothing but a rental apartment

Tanzanian artist, Mbosso Khan has been caught pants down after claiming the purchase of a Ksh 4 Million mansion in Dar es Salaam.

´Nadekezwa´ hitmaker, Mbosso

Therefore, igniting mixed reactions from his fans who are left wondering how the young artist could even afford such kind of wealth.

Mbosso made the public announcement to his 1.7+ million followers on his Instagram page just 2 days ago.


Additionally, Mbosso shares photos of his so-called 3-bedroom mansion in the leafy suburbs of Tegeta, Dar es Salaam.

The afterthought

However, I think the world only gives ´a fool´ some breathing space before slamming the door hard, right in front of them.

Soon after his Ksh 4 million mansion went public, a keen social media influencer, one Jay Maudaku, spotted the mansion.

Jay unearthed a post from, Dalali Tegeta, a real estate agent, who actually owns the apartment that he lets out.

Dalali put out the same house 4 weeks ago for future tenants at a monthly rent of Ksh 52,000 (Tsh 1.2 Million).

Dalali´s post reads:

Nyumba hii ipo Tegeta wazo ina nyumba vitatu vyote self inajitegemea.

Pia ina boy kota ya chumba kimoja self inapangishwa millioni 1 na laki mbili.

Pia hata millioni 1 kamili anachukua tuwasiliane kwa namba 0718809744.

Karibuni sana.

According to anonymous sources, WCB management is actually paying the mansion´s rent.

WCB King, Diamond Platinumz

This is based on a contract agreement between Diamond Platinumz’ record label and artist, Mbosso.

Hiyo nyumba kweli ipo Tegeta, Dar es Salaam.

Na kwa taarifa niliyonayo, amepangishiwa na menejimenti yake wala sio kununua.

Anonymous source

Unfortunately, repeatedly, Tanzania´s music industry artists hardly come clean.

Whether it is about their flashy lifestyles, including Diamond himself.

Occasionally, the so-called purchased exclusive apartments, cars, and so on are just but rentals.