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Rayvanny to launch own record label ‘Next Level Music’ tonight

Wasafi Classic Baby (WCB) singer Raymond Shaban Mwakyusa a.k.a Rayvanny is on course to launch own music record label.

The singer who is in his final stages of launching his record label very soon shared the update via his social media platforms as he invited his close friends, brothers, and sisters to be present during the grand opening which is slated to take place tonight.

Lemmie take this opportunity to invite my brothers and sisters to share this moment with me….it’s all about #NEXTLEVELMUSIC Grand Opening, please let’s Link-up tonight

Rayvanny

Rayvanny first dropped hints of starting his record label in the evening of 2020 but promised that even though he will be signing new artists under his label, he will remain signed under Wasafi adding that he won’t be exiting the camp anytime soon for a solo venture.

I am opening a label and I will have artists in it, if I wanted to leave, I’d have left by now.

Rayvanny

The news of Rayvanny starting up his record label was last year also confirmed by his boss Diamond Platnumz in an interview terming it as the biggest studio Tanzania has ever seen.

Not sure if I’m allowed to talk about this but Rayvanny is starting his own record label very very soon. That label is so big. I was looking at his studios and told him, ‘Rayvanny this studio is big’. The day he will post it, as we speak it will be the number one best studio in the country.

Diamond Platnumz

Congratulations Rayvanny!

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