Nandy, a Tanzanian diva, recently said that she almost signed with Diamond's Wasafi Records when she was making her own record label.

Nandy said this while bragging that record labels have always wanted her and that she could sign with any label she wanted right away if she wanted to.


Tanzania actress and songtress Nandy photo


"No, not even once have I been rejected or ignored by a record company in my whole career. Never, if I am being honest," began the mother of one.

"The one and only time that something even remotely similar came close to happening was when a record label called Wasafi Records wanted to sign me, but at the time, I was performing on a show called Tecno on The Stage, and when I returned home, I discovered that I had already signed with another record label called THT, and therefore I was unable to sign with them."

"Wasafi Records was the label I was intended to sign with at first, but then I found myself on THT instead.

"After that, a number of record companies did contact me, but I did not sign with any of them since there is a certain degree of success as an artist that I wanted to achieve, " Nandy stated.


Tanzania actress and songtress Nandy photo

On Monday, the singer held the event that marked the formal debut of her record label, which is called The African Princess. On hand for the occasion were members of the Fourth Estate as well as a few members of the singer's staff.

She indicated that on January 19, 2023, she would be presenting her first signee to the public.

“Ninayo furaha kubwa kuileta kwenu Rasmi THE AFRICAN PRINCESS LEBEL…!

2023 lebel ambayo itahusisha wanawake tu! Kama tunavo ona industry ya watoto wa kike ni chache sana na uthubutu umekuwa ni mdogo so tunaimani na kuomba the African princess lebel itaongeza wingi wa vipaji vya watoto wa kike waliopo mtaaani wenye ndoto kubwa ya kuwa wanamziki,” Nandy shared in part.


The singer who became famous for her single "Siwezi" went on to say that having her own record label is a lifelong ambition of hers and that she is excited about the opportunity to promote the work of other artists.

The singer made a public statement asking her fans and the media to help her record company grow her music empire.

Nandy is the newest addition to the roster of East African performers who also own their own record companies. Diamond Platnumz, Rayvanny, Alikiba, Sauti Sol, King Kaka, Khaligraph Jones, and Otile Brown are just a few of the names that have been mentioned here.

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