The Ben, Diamond Platnumz Video to Drop Soon

The Ben

Rwanda’s budding R&B heartthrob The Ben is about to make history after securing a lifetime collabo with Tanzanian superstar and multi award winner Diamond Platnumz.

This comes after The Ben dropped a sneak peak of the coming video together with ‘Jeje’ hitmaker on the pool side via Instagram.

According to the short video, the shooting of the video was in progress.

Early November, The Ben flew to Tanzania from the United States of America and talked about massive music projects on his upcoming album with big names like Sauti Sol, Tiwa Savage and Diamond Platnumz. 

“My fans should expect one of my lifetime super album which will feature big names in the industry across the continent. Already Tiwa Savage, Sauti Sol projects are in motion,” The Ben said while giving heads up to his music fans across the globe.

Diamond Platnumz

The much-anticipated video with Diamond Platnumz is set to drop any time from now and music fans especially The Ben die hard fans can’t wait to catch a glimpse of it. 

Diamond Platnumz is famous for doing flashy videos that earn millions of views on youtube in a short period of time, the fact that will elevate his music to another level.

Ben is also eyeing the international music stage through Diamond’s collabo.

 Diamond has worked with global music icons like Miami rapper Rick Ross, B2K’s Omarion, Morgan Heritage and many more.

 He has been working on the new album for more than three years, and all those years he wasn’t off music radar because he managed to stay on top of the chart with hits like Habibi, vazi, Can’t get enough, Thank you , Binkolela, This is love, Fine girl and many more. 

In a recent interview with KT Press, The Ben confirmed that he is doing final touches on the big project which he says is worth all those years his fans have waited for. 

The Ben is one of the top selling musicians both in the country and in the region with many accolades and many nominations from world recognized awards. 

Tiger B as he likes to call himself, has also rubbed shoulders with Africa’s music giants like Wizkid, Davido, Ne-Yo and managed to perform at Africa’s biggest music festival dubbed One Africa Music Festival.




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