Harmonize in trouble with government over song praising weed


Tanzanian singer Harmonize has apologized for his ‘Weed Language’ collaboration with Konshens.

Gerald Kusaya, the Commissioner General of the Drug Control and Enforcement Unit, summoned him over the song.

Before issuing the apology, the Bongo Flava singer met with BASATA.

Harmonize said he would no longer be on his social media platforms because he promised to be an ambassador of clean content.

“The general leadership of Konde Gang Music worldwide is apologizing over the content of my latest song ‘Weed Language,” he said.


Harmonize went on to say that the song was intended to help grow Tanzania’s music industry.

“The song has gone against the morals of our nation. Because of the impact, the song has had on our people, we have also agreed to remove it completely from all our social media platforms. We will be ambassadors of clean content in our country.”

Harmonize claimed that the ‘Weed’ song was one of his main projects this month before releasing it on Thursday last week.

“This December if I don’t release a song about weed, shoot me,” he said.”

Despite the fact that the celebrity has often denied ever smoking marijuana in his life, he has previously been summoned for using marijuana unlawfully.

He also removed all of the photos he had ever posted showing him using the illicit drug.

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