Harmonize reveals why he will be releasing his last ever album this weekend

This weekend, on May 25th, Harmonize will host a major event at Mlimani City Hall in Dar es Salaam.

The Konde Gang artist has announced the release of his fifth album, titled ‘Muziki wa Mama Samia.’

Speaking to entertainment journalists ahead of the big day, Harmonize surprised many of his fans by revealing that this will be his fifth and final album in his music career.

“We have dedicated this album with great respect and honor to our great leader, Mama Samia Suluhu Hassan. So, I hope even the journalists will reflect on the good things that the honorable president has done and think about how to celebrate this day.”

“Just for everyone’s information, this is my last album. It’s my fifth and final album in the music industry, and I have officially dedicated it to the honorable president Samia Hassan. I sang until the end, I can say that, music for the big ones,” Harmonize stated.

“I will continue to release singles in succession, but as for albums, this is the last one,” he clarified.

Since starting his music career, Harmonize has never released a single album under the WCB Wasafi label. After leaving WCB in 2019, he released his first album, Afro East, a year later. Despite the challenges posed by the Covid-19 pandemic in 2020, the album’s performance did not meet expectations.

Nevertheless, undeterred, Harmonize released his second album, High School, in 2021, solidifying his identity as an artist striving for excellence in the music industry.

In 2022, he released his third album, Made for Us, which performed well, and last year, he released his fourth album, Visit Bongo.

This year marks his fifth album in five years, demonstrating his consistent dedication to his fans.