Kenyan singer Tanasha Donna has thanked her baby daddy bongo artiste Diamond Platnumz for his support after their hit song Gere made it to the top ten most viewed African songs on YouTube in 2020. Through her social media, the mother of one said she was grateful to Diamond for believing in her and working together on the song, which made it to position seven.
“Huge thanks! Gere by myself & Baba @naseeb.junior made it to Most viewed African songs on Youtube 2020. Grateful to @diamondplatnumz for believing in me & collaborating with me on such a big tune & to the supporters who’ve supported me & continue to believe in me so far. Cheers to a greater 2021 Inshallah. The dream continues,” said Tanasha.
In response, Diamond commented on Tanasha’s post saying, “NJ's MoMy!!! ?????????”.
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Gere, which has over 22 million views on YouTube, is a steamy afrobeat track that borrows a smooth bongo feel and plays out like a back and forth conversation between the couple. The song’s title- Gere is a Swahili word for jealousy. In the video, the two wittily mock those who envy their romance, and Tanasha’s autotuned, soulful voice warns her lover never to cheat.
Most Viewed African songs 2020
Diamond’s hit song Jeje, released on February 26, 2020, made it to the top of the list with over 41 million views on YouTube. Nigerian songstress Semi came in second with her song Duduke that has over 29 million views. Diamond ft Koffi Olomide’s hit song Waah, which was released a month ago, came third with over 25 million views on YouTube.
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