WCB newest signee Mbosso, whose government names are Mbwana Yusuph Kilungi is the true definition of the saying that states, “hard work pays”.
The 28-year-old singer who has been under the Wasafi record banner for just a year took to his social media accounts and showed off his luxurious bungalow that he has built for himself.
In his long Instagram post, the “Tamu” hitmaker thanked God for rewarding his labour since joining Wasafi Records, owned by bongo superstar Diamond Platnumz.
The singer shared the picture above and captioned it:
Mwenyezi Mungu ni Mkubwa sana na anasiri kubwa sana katika kila ya mja wake (..Asante Mola wangu..)…, huenda hiki kikawa kidogo sana kwa wengine ila kwangu Mimi nikikubwa sana , tena sana kwa sababu sikuwa na uwezo nacho awali, ila tu Mapenzi yenu na Sapot yenu kwangu mmenifanya leo hii na Mimi niwe na kwangu .
Eti Mbosso Mimi leo nina kwangu Acha niseme asanteni sana kwa upendo wenu, asanteni kwa Kuokoa kipaji changu na kuamua kunisapot tangu siku ya kwanza hadi kufiki leo hii .Hiki ni kidogo mulichoweza kunifanya nimiliki leo hii kijana wenu. Mungu awabariki sana na awafungulie milango yenu ya rizki kwa upana zaidi ili mupate nguvu ya kuendelea kunisapot Kijana wenu inshaalla.
The Wasafi CEO, Diamond replied to Mbosso’s post saying:
You DESERVE THAT KHAN…!!
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The “Nadekezwa” hitmaker kicked off his singing career with the popular boy-band Yamoto Band where he sang along Aslay, Beka Flavour, and Enock Bella.
When Yamoto Band was disbanded, he went back home and continued being a farmer until when the WCB Wasafi record artist Rayvanny followed up on him and brought him back to Dar es Salaam where he later signed with Wasafi.
The singer has managed to rise up the ranks of the most successful bongo stars and is currently known for hits such Watakubali, Nadekezwa, Hodari, Alele, and Nimekuzoea.