Kenyan gospel singer Willy Paul (left) and Tanzanian Bongo artiste Diamond Platinumz at Wasafi Records offices in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. PHOTO | COURTESYKenyan gospel singer Willy Paul (left) and Tanzanian Bongo artiste Diamond Platinumz at Wasafi Records offices in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. PHOTO | COURTESY
By SYLVANIA AMBANI

After a successful collaboration with Jamaican song bird Alain for his latest hit, I do, gospel singer Willy Paul seems to have struck another deal for a collabo with his music idol Diamond Platinumz.

In a subtle hint to his next move, Willy Paul has shared numerous pictures Instagram of himself in the company of the Tanzanian superstar at the latter’s Wasafi Records offices in Dar es Salaam.

“When you see these two together then you know nikubaya!!!!”, the gospel singer captioned one of the photos.

Following the release of his latest songs, Fanya, Tiga Wana and now I do, Willy Paul has increasingly come under criticism for what many view as secular-like hits from a gospel singer.

Willy Paul has all along dismissed these claims and from his meeting with Diamond, it seems, he wont be paying any attention to his critics.

When you see these two together then you know nikubaya!!!! Razer!!! Tanzania stand up!! @diamondplatnumz @wasafi.com

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Now at @diamondplatumz office Tanzania #ido song promotion @alainesinga

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Now you know!!! Fruitful meeting!!! No stopping!!! @diamondplatnumz @wasafirecords

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