Tanzania singer Diamond Platnumz , is one  artist who has brought  revolution to the Arts and Music industry in Tanzania and East Africa.

The respect he has abroad is colossal and he has been able to advertise his country through Bongo Flava.
He has done a lot of concerts like the one  he recently had  in South Sudan, Juba, filling the open field of Dr John Garang Mausoleum which is bigger than a football field, with more than one hundred thousand people.
People had to go extra miles to be able to watch  the show. The President; Salva Kir Mayardit (SKM)) attended the concert in person.
Shows like this, we saw in  artists like P Square, D Banj and America but with a  Tanzanian youth alone on stage, over 100 K people were pulled.
He has done a lot of great things in this generation, in  art, and flying the flag for a long time.

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This  laudable effort in advertising tourism, the Swahili language and culture through Art gives him a BIG RESPECT in the country and is a  sign of success for  Tanzania.
Let’s not hesitate to respect him for what he has done and what he does for his nation.

Michael Jackson once said; “Sometimes when you’re treated unfairly it makes you stronger and more determined. Slavery was a terrible thing, but when black people in America finally got out of that crushing system, they were stronger. They knew what it was to have your spirit crippled by people who are controlling your life. They were never going to let that happen again. I admire that kind of strength. People who have what it  takes, stand and put their blood and soul into what they believe. “
Michael Jackson
There are many types of artists, famous people to be respected. The RESPECT given to Diamond Platnumz should be looked at as a national core.

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Frank Fremer is a seasoned journalist, blogger and political analyst for over a decade in Uganda

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