Founder of Konde Gang record label and former Wasafi artist Harmonize has reached out to bongo sensation Rich Mavoko through a message of encouragement.
Taking to his Instagram page, Harmonize expressed his concern over Mavoko’s silence admitting that his prayer is that he will get back on his feet and bring back a spark to his music career.
Harmonize believes that Mavoko’s quietness in the industry is necessary for the artist to rediscover himself and get back on track in his career.
The ‘Kwangwaru’ hitmaker also criticized social media users who have been trolling Mavoko and making fun of his ‘failures’ and struggles for a breakthrough in the industry.
The singer urged his fans to focus on Mavoko’s potential, talent, and the lives he will be able to impact through his achievements. He also promised his support to the artist saying that God has a reason for what he is going through.
“Mungu Anasababu Na Maana Yake Bro @richimavoco Kama Mdogoako Nakuombea Najua Ukimya Wako Unamaana Kubwa Sanaa Ndani Yako Ninachojua Ni Kujiweka Sawa Na Kutuletea Kazi Zingine Tunakupenda Na Tunakuombea Mungu Akufanyie Wepesi…!!! Let’s Go Bro Mdogoako Rafiki Yako Nipo Hapa Muda Wowote…!!!! RAMADAN KAREEM” he stated
Following this message, fans requested Harmonize to sign Mavoko on his record label while others were impressed by his humility.
Since his exit from the WCB record label, Mavoko’s music career has seemingly been stagnant leading to instances of expressing his frustrations. The singer has been absent on social media for 4 months now after his last song release ‘Babilon’.
Fans had claimed that the song was hitting at Harmonize but Mavoko clarified stating that he respected Harmonize’s decision to leave Diamond’s record label.
During their time at WCB, Harmonize and Rich Mavoko got to collabo on a song dubbed ‘show me’ which hit 16 M views on Youtube.