Success deserves celebration and for Tanzanian singer Harmonize, he takes a shot at Ugandan counterpart Jose Chameleone after the ‘Inabana’ video reached one million views on YouTube in a space of just under three weeks.
The ‘Inabana’ song has been marred with controversy ever since it was released largely because it was initially supposed to be a collabo between the Tanzanian and Chameleone.
The Leone Island singer was however scrapped and replaced with Eddy Kenzo, something which raised the dust as Chameleone’s fans and sympathizers cited foul-play.
The ‘Tatizo’ singer however urged the public to remain calm saying it was Harmonize’s song and hence he had the rights to do whatever he wanted with the song.
Probably, the controversies surrounding the song (featuring Eddy Kenzo) made it trend so much because several critics have deemed it of low quality, music-wise.
Published on 27th August, the YouTube video reached 1M views and Harmonize couldn’t hide his excitement as he celebrated the achievement.
In a post on his Instagram, he mocked Chameleone by mentioning him in the caption, something which seemed sarcastic regarding the issues involving this song.
I told you my mission this year is to connect Uganda and Tanzania. Today me and you we made it. Shout out to the all Ugandan superstars Sheebah, Chameleone. We are one, we are east Africa. Let’s go.Harmonize | Instagram
We have not heard a comment from Chameleone who returned to Uganda yesterday after a while in USA where he has been living with his family and having a few performances.
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